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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights, 

Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 

OF 

TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTEEED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



VOL. 21. 
Fourth quarter, 1899. 



WASHINGTON: 

G O V E 1!NME N T PKIN T I X G O F F I C K 
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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights 
Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 21, no. 1. 
Whole no. 431— October 5, 1899. 



CONTENTS. 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 5 

(2) Miscellaneous 22 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles 27 
II. Dramatic Compositions 34 

III. Periodicals 34 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 
tions op Music 43 

V. Maps and Charts 57 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 5S ! 



Page. 

VII. Chromos and Lithographs 62 

VIII. Photographs 63 

IX. Fine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, statu- 
ary, and models or designs intended 
to be perfected as worts of the tine 

arts) 69 

X. Index op Copyright Proprietors . . 71 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1899. 



This Catalogue of Title Entries is published in conformity with the provisions of 
the act of Congress of March 3, 1891 (51st Congress, 2d session, chap. 565, sec. 4, 
Stat. L., v. 26, p. 1108). It contains a list of all copyright entries perfected hy the 
deposit of the copies required by law, and gives in each case the full title entry, the 
name and address of the copyright claimant, the date and number of the copyright 
entry, and the date when the copies were deposited to complete the entry of copy- 
right. The titles are classified under the following rubrics : 

1. Books: 

(1) Boohs proper. 

(2) Miscellaneous, Leaflets, etc. 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles. 
II. Dramatic Compositions. 

III. Periodicals. 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collections of Music. 
V. Maps and Charts. 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints. 
VII. Chromos and Lithographs. 
VIII. Photographs. 
IX. Eine Arts (a list of the photographs deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to 
be perfected as works of the fine arts). 
X. Index of Copyright Proprietors. 

The index of proprietors is a complete index of all the entries contained in one 
week's issue of the catalogue, under an alphabet of the names of the copyright 
claimants. 

The titles of the first division of books, Books I (Books proper), are prepared in 
the Catalogue Department of the Library of Congress, and are complete biblio- 
graphical titles of all books received at the Library of Congress under the operation 
of the copyright law. 

This catalogue of copyright entries is distributed by the Treasury Department, 
and may be subscribed for at the rate of $5 per year (for 4 volumes of about 1,000 
pages each) through the nearest collector of customs. The Librarian of Congress 
can not tale subscriptions, but a sample copy of the catalogue may be obtained upon 
request preferred to the Librarian of Congress. 



COPYRIGHT LAW. 

An edition (revised to July, 1899) of the Copyright Statutes has been published, 
with index, in a pamphlet of 24 pages, a copy of which will be sent to any person 
requesting it. A resident in the United States, Canada, or Mexico is not required 
to send remittance or stamps for paying j)ostage. 

Librarian of Congress: Register of Copyrights: 

Herbert Putnam. Thorvald Solberg. 

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[EXPLANATION. — The titles are arranged alphabetically under the rubrics shown in the 
table of contents, and are followed by one index of proprietors.'] 

I. BOOKS-(l) BOOKS PROPER. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under "IV. Musical 
Compositions." For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) The titles in this chapter are 
prex^ared by the Catalogue Department, Library of Congress. 



Authors. 

Abbott, Jacob. 

Gentle measures in the management 
and training of the young; or, The 
princirjles on which a firm parental 
authority may be established and 
maintained . . . New York and 

London, Harper & bros., 1899. 330 pp. 
illus. 12°. 1 

Copyright by Lyman Abbott and 
Edward Abbott, New York. 1899, no. 
58949, Sept. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 15, 
1899. 

Allen, Grant. 

A splendid sin. New York, Lon- 
don, F. M. Buckles & co., 1899. 273 pp. 
12°. 2 

Copyright by F. M. Buckles & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 46761, July 19; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 

Allen, Richard Hinckley. 

Star-names and their meanings. 
New York, Leipzig [etc.] G. E. Stechert, 
1899. xx pp., 1 1., 563 pp. 8°. 3 

Copyright by Richard Hinckley 
Allen, Chatham' N.J. 1899, no. 55908, 
Aug. 31 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 6, 1899. 

Alwyn, Theos. 

The psychic stream. Chicago, The 

New century pub. co. [1899] 129 pp. 

pi. port. 16°. (Psychic series, no. 

1) 4 

' Alinanaris" spring, Waukesha, possessing 

mystical virtues. 

Copvright bv New century pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 30985, May 8; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

American climatological association. 

Transactions . . . Philadelphia, 
For the association, 1899. 8°. 5 

Contents. 
v. 15. 1899. 

Copyright by Guy Hinsdale, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 56292, Sept. 2; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

American newspaper directory [1899] 
(Issued quarterly) . . . Thirty-first 
year. September issue. New York, 
G. P. Rowell & co., 1899. 8°. 6 

Copyright by Geo. P. Rowell, New 
York. 1899, no. 53777, Aug. 23; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

Anders, James M[eschter] 

A text-book of the practice of medi- 
cine . . . 3d ed., revised. Philadel- 
phia, W. B. Saunders, 1899. 1 p. 1., 1292 
pp.illus.pl. 4°. 7 

Copyright by W. B. Saunders, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 53417, Aug. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 12, 1899. 

Anderson, Edna Earle. 

The black prince ; or, A double crime. 
Romance up-to-date. [Henderson, 

Ky.] Henderson journal, 1899. 92 pp. 
port. 12°. 8 

Copyright by Edna Earle Anderson, 
Henderson, Ky. 1899, no. 53416, Aug. 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 8, 1899. 

Annesley, Charles. 

The standard operaglass; containing 
the detailed plots of one hundred and 
twenty-three celebrated operas, with 
critical and biographical remarks, 
dates, etc. . . . with a prelude by J. 
Huneker. New York, Brentano's. 

1899. xv pp., 1 1.. 446 pp. 12°. 9 

Copyright by Brentauo's, New York. 
1899, no. 37027, June 5; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 14, 1899. 

Ansonia, Derby. Shelton and Seymour 
directory 1899. [v. 17] Now Haven. 
Conn., The Trice & Lee co.. 1809. 8 , 

10 

Copyright by Price & Lee co.. New 
Haven, Conn. 1899. no. 57157, Sept. 7: 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 15. 1899. 

Appian of Alexandria. 

See Appianua Alexandrians. 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 



Appianus Alexandrinus. 

The Roman history of Appian of Alex- 
andria : translated iroin trie Greek by 
H.White . . . New York & London, 
The Macuiillan co.. 1899. 2 v. pi. facsim. 
maps. 12-. 11,12 

Contents. 
r. 1. The foreign wars. 
t. 2. The civil wars. 

Copyright bv The Macmillan co., 
New York. 1899, nos. 57174, 57172. Sept. 
7 ; 2 copies each rec'd Sept. 7, 1899. 

Archer. William 

The American language. [>. ew York. 
E.Scott co., 1899] 16pp. 8 : . 13 

Copvrig-ht by William Archer. Lon- 
don. 1899. no.' 57123. Sept. 7: 2 copies 
rec'd Sept.15. 1899. 

Bahr, Luise. 

Trost in triibsal. Ein losungsbiich- 
lein fiir alle tage im jahre . . . 
Greenville. O.. German literarv hoard, 
1899. 80 pp. 16-. 11 

Copyright by German literary board 
of the Wartburg and Nebraska Luther- 
an synods. U. S. 1899, no. 47192, July 
21: 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Baker, E[dward] D[ickinson] 

Masterpieces of E. D. Baker: edited 
(with glances at the orator and his 
times) bv O. T. Shuck. San Fran- 
cisco, The editor, 1899. 1 p. 1., 336 pp. 
port. 16-. (Eloquence of the far 
West, no. 1 ) 15 

Copyright by Oscar T. Shuck, San 
Francisco, 
copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Baker, Sir [George] Sherston. 

First steps in international law; 
prepared for the use of students. 
Boston & London. Little. Brown, & 
co., 1899. xxxi,428pp. 8°. 16 

Copyright by Little, Brown. & co.. 
Boston. 1899, no. 57010. Sepc. 6; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 6, 1899. 

Barbour. Ralph Henry. 

The half-back; a story of school, 
football, and golf; illustrated by B. 
W. Clinedinst. New York. D. Apple- 
ton & co.. 1899. v pp., 11., 267 pp. pi. 
8-. 17 

Copyright bv D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1899.no. 45390, Julv 12; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 

Bartlett. Charles H[enrv] and Lvon, 
Richard H[ill] 

La Salle in the valley of the St. 
Joseph. An historical fragment. 
South Bend, Ind., Tribune printing co., 



Bartlett. Charles H[enrv] and Lyon. 

Richard H [ill]— Continued. 
1899. 118 pp. illus. pi. port. map. 
12-. 18 

Copyright bv Tribune printing co., 
South'Beud. Inch 1899, no. 53178. Aug. 
19; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Barton. Samuel Marx. 

An elementary treatise on the theory 
of equations. Boston, D. C. Heath 
& co.. 1899. xii, 199 pp. 8 C . 19 

Copyright bv D. C. Heath & co., 
Boston. 1899, 'no. 55309. Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Beacon fires. 1899. 
See [S.. B. erf.] 

Beard, Wolcott Le Clear. 

Sand and cactus. Xew Y'ork, C. 
Scribner's sons. 1899. 4 p. 1.. 337 pp. 
12-. 20 

Contents. 

Bisnaga's Madeline, p. 3. 

Brother to St. James, p. 301. 

Liver's responsibility, p. 161. 

Martyrdom of John the Baptist . p. 139. 

Bouge-et-noir. p. 75. 

Salting of the Tio Juan. p. 263. 

Specs." p. 43. 

Station 347-57. G. p. 195. 

Tizzard castle, p. 97. 

W ind wraith, p. 219. 

Copyright bv Charles Scribner's sons, 
Xew York. 1899. no. 57164. Sept. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 8, 1899. 

The Bell telephone companv of Buffalo, 
X. Y. 

Telephone record . . . official list of 
subscribers. August 15th. 1899. Buf- 
falo, X. Y.. The Bell telephone co., 1899. 
8°. 21 

Copyright bv Bell telephone co. of 
Buffalo, X. Y. T899, no. 57188, Sept. 7 : 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 7, 1899. 

Benning. Howe, pseud. 
See [Henry. Mary H.] 

Benson E[dward] F[rederic] 

Mammon and co. [a novel] Xew 

York. D. Appleton & co., 1899. vi. 360 

pp. 12-. ' 22 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., Xew 

York. " 1899. no. 55286. Aug. 30; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Bible. German. 

. . . Die Bibel; oder, Die gauze 
heilige Schrift des Alten und Xeuen 
Testaments . . . mit einem leitfaden 
fiir Bibelfreunde . . . (Lehrer-Bibel) 
Cleveland. O., A. Becker, 1898-99. 878, 
290.166 pp. maps. 8 C . 23 

Copyright by August Becker. Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 1899. no. 35451, May 27: 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Bible. German, 

. . . Die Bibel; oder, Die ganze 
heilige Schrift des Alten und Neuen 
Testaments . . . mit einem leitfaden 
fiir Bibelfreunde . . . (Parallel-Bibel) 
Cleveland, O., A. Becker, 1899. 962, 318, 
208 pp. maps. 8°. 24 

Copyright by August Becker, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 1899, no, 35452, May 27 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 

Bispham, George Tucker. 

The principles of equity: a treatise 
on the system of justice administered 
in courts of chancer v. 6th ed. Phil- 
adelphia, Kay & bro., 1899. cxi, 742 
pp. 8°. 25 

Copvright by Geo. Tucker Bispham, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 57179, Sept. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 12, 1899. 

Bradford, Ainory H[oweJ 

The art of living alone. New York, 
Dodd, Mead & co., 1899. 3 p. L, 128 pp. 
16°. 26 

Copvright bv Dodd, Mead & co., New 
York/ 1899, no. 42338, June 29; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 

Bradley, John A. comp. 

Cases cited in the New Jersey re- 
ports ; containing all citations in the 
decisions reported in the New Jersey 
law reports to vol. 61, in the New Jer- 
sey equity reports to vol. 56, and in the 
New Jersey cases only reported in the 
Atlantic reporter to vol. 37. Newark, 
N. J., Soney &Sage, 1899. 2 p. 1., 689, 
[l]pp. 8°. 27 

Copyright by Soney & Sage, Newark, 
N.J. '1899, no. 56089, Sept. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 12, 1899. 

Branham, Adelia Pope-. 

Grandma tales and others; illustra- 
tions bv W. Vawter. Greenfield, 
Ind., 1899. 2 p. 1., 42 pp. illus. 12°. 

28 
Copyright by Adelia Pope-Brauham, 
Greenfield, Ind. 1899, no. 27005, Apr. 
18; 2 copies rec'd July 1, 1899. 

Breen, Matthew P[atrick] 

Thirty years of New York politics 
up-to-date . . . New York, The au- 
thor, 1899. xxvi, 843 pp. pi. port. 
8°. " 29 

Copvright by Matthew P. Breen, New 
York. * 1899, no. 35450, May 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 8, 1899. 

Briggs, Warren Richard. 

Modern American school buildings. 
Being a treatise upon, and designs for, 
the construction of school buildings 
. . . 1st ed. 1st. thousand. New York 



Authors — Continued. 

Briggs, Warren Richard — Continued. 
& London, J. Wiley & sons, 1899. xi, 
411pp. illus. 8°. 30 

Copyright by Warren Richard Briggs, 
Bridgeport, Conn. 1899, no. 54673, Aug. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 

Browning, Robert 

[The poetic and dramatic works of 
Robert Browning. Riverside ed.] 
Boston &.New York, Houghton, Mifflin 
& co., 1899. 6v. pi. port. 8 C . 31-36 

Contents. 
Agamemnon of iEschylus. v. 6. 
Aristophanes' apology, v. 5. 
Asolanclo and uncollected poems, v. 6. 
Balaustion's adventure, v. 4. 
Blot in the 'scutcheon, v. 2. 
Christmas eve. v. 4. 
Colombe's birthday, v. 2. 
Dramatic idyls, v. 6. 
Dramatic lyrics, v. 2. 
Dramatic romances, v. 2. 
Dramatis persona?, v. 4. 
Easter day. y. 4. 
Ferishtabi's fancies, v. 6. 
Fitine at the fair. v. 4. 
In a balcony, v. 4. 
Inn album, v. 5. 
Jocoseria. v. 6. 

King Victor and King Charles, v. 1 
Luria. v. 2. 
Men and women, v. 4. 

Pacchiarotto and how he worked in distem- 
per; and other poems, v. 5. 
Paracelsus, v. 1. 
Parleyings. v. 6. 
Pauline, v. 1. 
Pippa passes, v. 1. 
Prince Hohenstiel-Schwangau. v. 4. 
Red cotton night- cap country, v. 5. 
Return of the Druses, v. 2. 
Ring and the book. v. 3. 
Saisiaz. v. 6. 
Sordello. v. 1. 
Soul's tragedy, v. 2. 
Stafford. v.L 
Two poets of Croisic. v. 6. 

Copyright by Houghton, Mitflin *.V 
co., Cambridge, Mass. 1899, nos. 54617- 
54622, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies each rec'd Sept. 
18, 1899. 

Br ce, J[oseph] W. 

Random rhymes. Battle Creek. 

Mich. [Ellis pub. co.] 1899. 115 pp. 
illus. 8°. 37 

Copyright bv ,1. W. Brvce. Battle 
Creek, Mich. 1899, no. 53182. Aug. 19; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 8. 1899. 

Buckley. J [ames] M [on roe | . 

Christian science and other supersti- 
tions; being selected chapters from 
" Faith-healing, Christian science, and 
kindred phenomena. - ' New York. 

The Century co.. 1899. viii pp., 1 1. 1-8 
pp. 12°. 38 

Copyright by Century CO., New York. 
1899, no. 58445, Sept. 12 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept, 13, 1899. 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

The Buffalo director}-, 1899 . . . com- 
piled by A. A. Woltge. Buffalo, The 
Courier co., 1899. 8°. 39 

Copyright by The Courier co., 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 13925, Feb. 20 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 7, 1899. 

Burton, John Bloundelle. 

A bitter heritage ; a modern story of 
love and adventure. New York. D. 
Appleton & co., 1899. vi, 411 pp. 
12°. (Appletons' town and country 
library, no. 272) 40 

Copyright bv D. Appleton & co., 
New* York. 1899, no. 16085, Mar. 1 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 8, 1899. 

. . . Business men's reports from Sep- 
tember 1st, 1899, to March 1st, 1900, for 
Elmira, Elmira Heights, South Port, 
Horseheads, Big Flats and Wellsburg 
... 1st ed. v. 1. [Elmira, N. Y.] 
H. W. Winfield, 1899. 8°. 41 

Copyright by H. W. Winfield, Elmira, 
N.Y. 1899, no. 56154. Sept. 1 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 14, 1899. 

Butterworth, Horace. 

How to; a book of tumbling, tricks 
pyramids and games. Chicago, The 
author, 1899. 2 p. 1., 155 pp. illus. 
16°. 42 

Copyright bv Horace Butterworth, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 50746, Aug. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Campbell, Floy. 

Camp Arcady; the story of four 
girls and some others, who "kept 
house" in a New York "flat." Bos- 
ton, R. G. Badger &, co., 1900 [1899] 
164 pp. pi. 16°. 43 

Copyright bv Richard G. Badger & 
co., Boston. 1899, no. 33442, May 18 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

Carey, Rosa Nouchette. 

My lady Frivol ; illustrated by Ber. 
tha Newcombe. Philadelphia, J. B. 
Lippincott co., 1900 [1899] 301 pp- 
pl. 12°. 44 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 5875, Jan. 16 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 

Cicero, [Marcus Tullius] 

Eleven orations of Cicero; with in- 
troduction, notes and vocabulary by 
R. W. Tunstall. New York, Boston 
[etc.], University pub. co. [1899] 
xxxiv, 585 pp. port. 12°. (Gilder- 
sleeve-Lodge Latin series) 45 

Copyright by University pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 56609, Sept. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 6, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Cleveland, Frederick A[lbert] 

New York (State) Constitution The 
constitution of New York . . . 1899. 



. . . The coal dealers' "blue book" . . . 
Revised and published semi-annually 
. . . September, 1899, v. 26. Chicago 
& Philadelphia, The J. B. Sanborn co., 
1899. 4°. 46 

Copvright by J. B. Sanborn co., Chi- 
cago. 'l899,no.56620, Sept. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 11, 1899. 

Cohn, Alfred I[saac] 

Indicators and test-papers; their 
source, preparation, application, and 
tests for sensitiveness . . . designed 
for the use of chemists, pharmacists, 
and students. 1st ed. 1st thousand. 
New York & London, J. Wiley & sons, 
1899. ix, 249 pp. 12°. 47 

Copyright by Alfred I. Cohn, New 
York. 1899, no. 55045, Aug. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

A concise history of Admiral George 
Dewey, U.S.N. [1899] 

See [Lawrence, William J.] 

Conklin, Julia S[tout] 

The young people's history of Indi- 
ana. Indianapolis, Sentinel printing 
co., 1899. 382 pp. pi. 12°. 48 

Copyright by Julia S. Conklin, U. S. 
1899, no. 52080, Aug. 14; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 31, 1899. 

Cooper, James Fenimore. 

The last of the Mohicans ; edited with 
introduction by J. G. Wight . . . with 
notes by Helen M. Parkhurst. Bos- 
ton, D. C. Heath & co., 1899. xxi, [1], 
37-659 pp. pi. port. map. 16°. (Heath's 
English classics) 49 

Copvright by D. C. Heath & co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 58441, Sept. 12; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 12, 1899. 

Crockett, S[amuel] R[utherford] 

lone March; with illustrations byE. 

Pollak. New York, Dodd, Mead & 

co., 1899. x,364pp, pi. 12°. 50 

Portions of this story appeared in "The 

woman at home" under the title of "The 

woman of fortune." 

Copyright by S. R. Crockett, Great 
Britain. 1899, no. 41448, June 26; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

Kit Kennedy, country boy ; with 

illustrations by A. I. Keller. New York 
& London, Harper & bros., 1899. iv 
pp., 1 1., 408 pp. pi. 12°. 51 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 48788, July 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 19, 1899. 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 



Curon. L. O. 

Chicago, Satan's sanctum. Chicago, 
C. D. Phillips & co. [1899] 232 pp. 
12°. 52 

Copyright by L. O. Curon, Chicago. 
1899, no. 47193, Julv 21; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 2, 1899. 

Dana, John Cotton. 

A library primer. Chicago, Library 
bureau, 1899. 180 pp., 51. illus. 12 5 . 

53 
Copyright by Library bureau, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no"; 56088, Sept. 1 ; 2 copies 
rec ; d Sept. 11, 1899. 

Daniels, Heber K. 

Digby Ravelyn ; a novel . New 
York, The Home pub. co. [1899] 1 p. 1., 
242 pp. 12 c . (The welcome series, 
no. 49) 54 

Copyright by Archibald Clavering 
Gunter, New York. 1899, no. 21587, 
Mar. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 14, 1899. 

Danvers, Massachusetts. 1899. 
See [Moynahan, Frank E. ■eel.'] 

Daudet, Alphonse. 

The works of Alphonse Daudet 
[Limited ed. v. 11-12] Boston, Little, 
Brown & co., 1899. 2 v. pi. 8°. 55,56 

Contents. 
v. 11-12. Kings in exile, to ^vbicli is added 
scenes and fancies ; translated by Katharine 
P.Woruieley. v. 1-2 . . . 

Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1899, "nos. 57970, 57971, Sept. 
11 ; 2 copies each rec'd Sept. 11, 1899. 
Davenport, C[harles] B[enedict] 

Statistical methods; with special 
reference to biological variation. 1st 
ed. 1st thousand. New York & 
London, J. Wiley & sons, 1899. a ii . 
148 pp. illus. diagr. 16°. 57 

Copyright by Chas. B. Davenport, 
Cambridge. Mass. 1899, no. 54672, Aug. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 
Davis, Charles H[enry] 1845 — 

Life of Charles Henry Davis, rear 
admiral, 1807-1877; by his son. Bos- 
ton & New York, Houghton, Mifflin & 
co., 1899. 2 p. 1., 349 pp. port. 8°. 

58 
Copyright by Charles H. Davis, 
Washington . 1899, no. 30481, May 5 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 11, 1899. 
Davis, Richard Harding. 

The lion and the unicorn ; illustrated 
by H. C. Christy. New York, C. 
Scribner's sons, 1899. 5 p. 1., 204 pp. 
pi. 12°. 59 

Contents. 
Last ride together, p. 193. 
Lion and the unicorn, p. 1. 



Davis. Richard Harding — Continued. 

Man with one talent, p. 102. 
On the fever ship. p. 72. 
Vagrant, p. 146. 

Copyright bv Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 57165, Sept. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. X, 1899. 
Denison, Mary A[ndrews] 

Noble by birth. Philadelphia, The 
Union press [1899] 306 pp. illus. 
12-. 60 

Copyright by American Sunday 
school union, Philadelphia. 1899, no. 
52721, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 18, 
1899. 

De Quincey, Thomas. 

The afflictions of childhood; The 
pleasures of opium; The pains of 
opium; On the knocking at the gate 
in Macbeth; Going down with victory ; 
The vision of sudden death; Levana 
and our ladies of sorrow. New York, 
Doubleday <fc McClure co., 1899. vii 
pp., 11., 156 pp., 11. port. 24°. (Lit- 
tle masterpieces) 61 

Copyright by Doubleday &, McClure 
co., New York. 1899, no. 56274, Sent. 2; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 

Douglas, Amanda M[innie] 

The heir of Sherburne. New York, 
Uodd, Mead & co. [1899] vii, 384 pp. 
12-. 62 

Copyright by Dodd, Mead & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 57017, Sept. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 6, 1899. 

Ebers, Georg [Moritz] 

The king and queen of Mollebusch; 
or, the indispensables . . . the author- 
ized and only English ed.; translated 
from the German by Mary J. Saf- 
ford . . . Boston, Brown & co., 1899. 
5 p. 1., 124 pp. pi. 12°. 63 

Copyright by Brown & co.. Boston. 
1899, no. 56626, Sept. 5; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 4, 1899. 

Eliot, George, pseud, [i. e., Marian Evans. 

afterwards Cross] 

Silas Marner; edited for school use 

by A. E. Hancock. Chicago. Scon. 

Foresman & co.. 1899. 288 pp, 16°. 

(The lake English classics) 61 

Copyright bv Scott. Foresman & co.. 

Chicago. 1899. no. 52955. Aug. 18: 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 13. 1899. 
Silas Marner. the weaver of Raveloe : 

with illustrations bv R. Birch. Now 

York. Dodd. Mead & co.. L899. vi. 2SI 

pp. illus. pi, 12°. 65 

Copyright bv Dodd, Mead & eo.. 

New York. 1899. no. 58642, Sept. 13: 2 

copies ree'd Sept. 13, 1899. 



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Authors — Continued. 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. 

Letters from Ralph Waldo Emerson 
to a friend, 1838-1853; edited byO.E. 
Norton. Boston & New York, Hough- | 
ton, Mifflin & co., 1899. 81 pp. 12°. | 

fi6 
Copyright by Edward W. Emerson, j 
Concord, Mass. 1899, no. 55818, Aug. 31; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 11, 1899. 

Felix, E. ed. 

What she wore; a pictorial history 
of woman's dress . . . showing the 
principal eras of fashion from the | 
twelfth century to the present day, J 
illustrated by Amigues (Japhet) . . . 
under the direction of E. Felix , , . 
New York, The Baldwin syndicate 
[1899] 2 p. 1., 24 illus. on 12 1., [3 pp.] 
12°. 67 

Copyright by E. Felix, Paris. 1899, j 
no. 49038.' Jul v 29; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 
14, 1899. 

Field, Caroline Leslie. 

Nannie's happy childhood. Boston | 
& New York, Houghton, Mifflin & co., ; 
1899. 3 p. L, 155 pp. pi. 12°. 68 

Copyright by Caroline Leslie Field, 
Milton, Mass. 1899, no. 53785, Aug. 23 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 11, 1899. 

Forman, L[ewis] L[eaming] 

A first Greek book ; with references i 
to the grammars of Hadley-Allen and 
Goodwin. New York & London, 

Harper <fc bros., 1899. vii, [1], 160 pp. I 
12°. 69 ! 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 43837, July 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Foster, Addison Pinneo. 

A manual of Suuday-school methods. 
Philadelphia, The Union press [1899] 
344 pp. 12°. C Green fund book, no. 
13) 70 

Copyright by American Sunday- 
school union, Philadelphia. 1899, no. 
40466, June 20; 2 conies rec'd Sept. 18, 
1899. 

Foster, U[lysses] A[lya] 

Wiuds of autumn and other poems. 
Cincinnati, Curts & Jennings, 1899. 72 
pp. illus. 12 3 . 71 

Copyright by Ulysses A. Foster, 
Lima, Ind. 1899, no'. 56093, Sept. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 4, 1899. 

Fronde, James Anthony. 

Julius C?esar; with a critical and 
biographical introduction by B. A. 
Hinsdale . . . [Aldine ed.]' New 
York, D. Appleton & co., 1899. xxxy, 



Authors — Continued. 

Fronde, James Anthony — Continued. 
450 pp. pi. port. 8°, (The world's 
great books) 72 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 57126, Sept. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 9, 1899. 

Gaskell, [Elizabeth Cleghorn Stevenson] 
Cranford; with a preface by Anne 

T. Ritchie. New York & Boston, T. 

Y. Crowell & co. [1899] 1 p. 1. xxiv, 

290 pp. illus. pi. 12°. 73 

Copyright by Thomas Y. Crowell & 

co., Boston. 1899, no. 56056, Sept. 1; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 1, 1899. 

Gautier, Theophile. 

Clarimonde; translated by L. Hearn 
from the French. New York, Brenta- 
no's. [1899] 2 p. 1., 81 pp. 16°. 74 
Copyright by Brentano's. New York. 
1899, no. 34678, May 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 13, 1899. 

Gay, Richard L. (comp.) 

Massachusetts. Legislature. Laws 
of the commonwealth of Massachusetts 
relating to political committees . . . 
1899. 

General digest American and English; 
quarterly advance sheets, no. 12, July, 
1899. "Rochester, New York [etc.] 
The Lawyers' cooperative pub. co., 
1899. 8°. 75 

Copyright by The Lawyers' coopera- 
tive pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 1899, no. 
59041, Sept. 14; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 15, 
1899. 

Georgia. Supreme court. 

Reports of cases decided ... at the 
March and October terms, 1898. v. 105. 
Stevens and Graham, reporters. At- 
lanta, The State library, 1899. 8°. 76 

Copyright by The state of Georgia. 
1899, no. 51813," Aug. 12; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 4, 1899. 

Graham, Andrew J[ackson] 

Amanuensis practice, business letters 
and miscellaneous articles engraved in 
the brief reporting style of standard 
phonography. Rev. & enl. ed. New 
York, A. J. Graham & co., 1899. 154 pp. 
12°. 77 

Copyright by Andrew J. Graham & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 54693, Aug. 28; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 11, 1899. 
Grant, Robert. 1852— 

The art of living. New York, C. 
Scribner's sons, 1899. vi, 317, [1] pp. 
12^. 78 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 57166, Sept. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 8, 1899. 



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Authors — Continued. 

Grant, Robert. 1852— 

Search light letters. New York, 
C. Scribner's sons, 1899. 3 p. 1., 233, 
[l]pp. 1&. 79 

Copyright bv Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 57167, Sept. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 8, 1899. 

Guardiola, Bartolo. 

Lagrauuitica al alcance de los niiios; 
6, Metodo pedagogico para la ensen- 
auza de la graniatica eastellana . . . 
Saint Louis, Mo., Spanish American 
educational co., 1900 [1899] 128 pp. 
12°. (Series de la educacion moderna) 

80 

Copyright by Spanish-American edu- 
cational co., St. Louis. 1899, no. 48283, 
July 26; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 

Haight & Freese. 

Haight & Freese's guide to invest- 
ors; information to investors and op- 
erators in stocks, grain, provisions, & 
cotton . . . New York, Philadelphia 
[etc.], Haight & Freese 1899. 8 p. 1., 
25-402 pp. "illus. obi. 8°. 81 

Copyright bv Haight &. Freese, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 56326, Sept. 2; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 14, 1899. 

Hall, Ruth. 

The boys of Scrooby. Boston & 
New York, Houghton, Mifflin & co., 
1899. viii, 315 pp. pi. 12°. 82 

Copyright by Houghton, Mifflin & 
co., Cambridge, Mass. 1899, no. 58048, 
Sept. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 12, 1899. 

Hamblen, Herbert Elliott. 

The yarn of a bucko mate; his ad- 
ventures in two oceans. New York, 
C. Scribner's sons, 1899. ix, 295 pp. 
12-. 83 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 58972, Sept. 14 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

Hardin, Willett L[epley] 

The rise and development of the 
liquefaction of gases. New York & 
JLondon, The Macmillan co., 1899. viii 
pp., 1 1., 250 pp. illus. 12°. 84 

Copyright bv The Macmillan co., 
New York. 1899, no. 57181, Sept. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 7, 1899. 

Harshberger, John W[illiam] 

The botanists of Philadelphia and 

their work. Philadelphia [T. C. 

Davis & sons] 1899. xii, 457 pp. pi. 

port. 8°. 85 

With bibliographies. 

Copyright by John W. Harshberger. 
Philadelphia. ' 1899. no. 54454, Aug. 26 : 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Heilprin, Angelo. 

The earth and its story; a iirst book 
of geology [Kansas ed.] New York, 
Boston [etc.] Silver, Burdett & co., 
1899. 288 pp. pi. map. 12-. 

[Henry, Mary H.] 

Jean's opportunity, by Howe Ben- 
ning [pseud.] Philadelphia, The 

Union press [1899] 339 pp. pi. 12°. 

86 
Copyright by American Sunday- 
school union, Philadelphia. 1899, no. 
52722, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 18, 
1899. 

Henty, G[eorge] A[ifred] 

No surrender! A tale of the rising in 
La Vendee . . . illustrations by S. L. 
Wood. New York, C. Scribner's 

sons, 1899. vi pp. 2 1. 345 pp. 12°. 

87 
Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 58928, Sept. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

A roving commission ; or. Through 

the black insurrection at Hayti . . . 
illustrations by W. Rainey . . . New 
York, C. Scribner's sons, 1899. 5 p. 1., 
373 pp. pi. 12°. 88 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 58929, Sept. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

Won by the sword; a tale of the 

thirty years' war . . . illustrations by 
C. M. Sheldon . . . New York, C. 

Scribner's sons, 1899. vi pp., 2 1., 384 
pp. pi. 12°. 89 

Copyright by Charles Scri bner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 58930, Sept. 14 : 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

Hershler, N[athaniel] 

The soldiers' pocket companion. Com- 
piled and arranged for the instruction 
and information of the volunteer sol- 
dier, the national guardsman, and for 
cadets at school. Washington, D.C., 
J. C. Chapman, 1899. viii, 104 pp. 24°. 

90 
Copyright by N. Hershler, Washing- 
ton, 1899. no.* 52350, Aug. 15: 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Hillegas, Howard C. 

Oom Paul's people; a narrative of 
the British-Boer troubles in South 
Africa, with a history of the Boers, the 
country, and its 'institutions . . . 
New York, P. Appleton & co.. 1899. 
xi, 308 pp. pi. map. 12°. 91 

Copyright by D, Appleton & co.. Ne* 
York.' L899, no. 68680, Sept. 13] 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 



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A uihors — Con tinned . 

Hilles, L[ewis] B[aker] 

Chickens come home to roost. A 
novel. London. New York [etc.] F. 
T.Neely [1899] vi pp., 1 1., 7-307 pp. 
pi. 12°. 92 

Copyright by L. B. Hilles, New York. 
1899. no. 51377*, Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 9, 1899. 

Historians and essayists. New York, 
Donbleday & McClure co., 1899. 180 
pp. 16°. (The Warner classics, v. 4) 

93 
Contents. 
Arnold, Matthew ; b^ G. E. Woodberry. p. 
97. 
Carlyle, Thomas ; by L. Stephen, p. 33. 
Emerson, Ralph Waldo : by E. Garnett. p. 
63. 
Gibbon, Edward ; bv W. E. H. Lecky. p. 9. 
Irving, Washington ; by E. W. Morse, p. 
143. 

Macaulay, Thomas Eabington; by J. B. 
MeMaster. p. 127. 

Prescott, William Hickling; by F. N. 
Thorpe, p. 169. 

Copyright by Doubledav & McClnre 
co., New York. 1899, no. 56298, Sept. 2 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 

Hodge, Richard M[orse] 

Historical atlas and chronology of 
the life of Jesus Christ; a text book 
and companion to a harmony of the 
gospels. Wytheville, Va., D. A. St. 
Clair press, 1899. 2 p. 1. 39 pp. illus. 
8°. 94 

Copyright by Richard Morse Hodge, 
Nashville, Teim. 1899, no. 38423, June 
10 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 11, 1899. 

Holmes, Mary J[ane Hawes] 

The Tracy diamonds. New York, 
G. W. Dillingham co., 1899. 390 pp. 
12°. 95 

Copyright by Mary J. Holmes, Brock- 
port, N. Y. 1899, no. 46784, July 19; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 9, 1899. 

Horner, John B. 

Oregon literature. Corvallis, 1899. 
104 pp. pi. port. 16°. 96 

Copyright by John B. Horner, Cor- 
vallis, Oreg. 1899, no. 56632, Sept. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Hughes, Daniel E. 

A compend of the practice of medi- 
cine. 6th physicians' ed. . . . Phil- 
adelphia, P. Blakiston's son & co., 
1899. 625 pp. 12°. 97 

Copyright by P. Blakiston's son & 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 53779, Aug. 
23; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 4, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Hurlbut, Jesse Lyman and Doherty, 
Robert Remington. 

Illustrative notes; a guide to the 
study of the International Sunday 
school lessons . . . 1900. New York, 
Cincinnati, Eaton & Mains [1899] 388 
pp. illus. pi. maps. 8°. 98 

Copyright bv Eaton & Mains, New 
York. 1899, no. 57236, Sept. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 6, 1899. 

Illustrated American biography; con- 
taining memoirs and engravings and 
etchings of representative Americans. 
Sections 10, 11. New York & Chi- 
cago, The Lewis pub. co. [1889] 2 v. 
illus. pi. fol. 99,100 

Copyright by The Lewis pub. co., 
New York & Chicago. 1899,nos. 38074- 
38075, June 9; 2 copies each rec'd July 
29, 1899. 

Imbert de Saint-Amand, Arthur Leon 
baron. 

France and Italy . . . translated by 
Elizabeth G. Martin. New York, C. 
Scribner's sons, 1899. vii, 352 pp. 
port. 12°. 101 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's 
sons, New York. 1899, no. 58971, Sept. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Sept 15, 1899. 

Indiana insurance directory . . . (1899- 
1900). Indianapolis, The Rough 

notes co., 1899. 16°. 102 

Copyright by Rough notes co., In- 
dianapolis. 1899, no. 40143, June 19; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 7, 1899. 

The indicator's digest of insurance de- 
cisions. Fire, life, assessment life, 
accident, marine, and miscellaneous. 
Contains a digest of over twenty- three 
hundred cases, classified by topics and 
conveniently indexed for ready refer- 
ence. Detroit, Mich., F. H. Leaven- 
worth pub. co., 1899. 661pp. 8°. 103 
Copyright by F. H. Leavenworth 
pub. co., Detroit. 1899, no. 51989, Aug. 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 9, 1899. 

The International correspondence 
schools. Scranton, Pa. 

The elements of architectural draw- 
ing and design . . . 1st ed. Scran- 
ton, The Colliery engineer co.. 1899. 
3 v. illus. 8°. and obi. 4°. 104-106 

Contents. 
y. 1. Arithmetic, formulas, geometry and 
mensuration, history of architecture, archi- 
tectural design . . . 

v. 2. Architectural drawing. 
v. 3. Answers to questions. 

Copyright by Collierv engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 1899, nos. 41476, 41477, 
41482, June 26 ; 2 copies each rec'd Sept. 
15, 1899. 



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Authors — Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 



The International correspondence 
schools. Scr anion, Pa. 

The elements of electrical engineer- 
ing . . . supplementary volume. 1st 
ed. Scranton, The Colliery engineer 
co.. 1899. 8°. 107 

Contents. 
Motor design (continuous-current). Theory 
of alternating-current apparatus. Design of 
alternating-current apparatus . 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. '1899, no/ 47582, July 22 ; 
2 copies reed Sept. 13, 1899. 

The elements of mechanical and 

electrical engineering . . . supple- 
mentary volume. Isted. Scranton, 
The Colliery engineer co., 1899. 8°. 

108 
Contents. 
Motor design (continuous-current) . Theory 
of alternating-current apparatus. Design of 
alternating-current apparatus. 

Copyright bv Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. "l899, no. 47581, July 22; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 
Ireland, Howard. 

A green mariner; a landsman's ac- 
count of a deep sea voyage; illustra- 
tions by F. Pi. Gruger and J. J. Ray. 
Philadelphia & London, J. B. Lippin- 
cott co., 1900 [1899] 1 p. 1., 262 pp. 
illus. pi. 12°. 109 

Copyright by Howard Ireland, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 58473, Sept. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 12, 1889. 
Jahn, Carl G. eel. 

Ohio. Circuit court. Reports of 
cases, v. 18, no. 7. 1899. 
[James], Florence [Alice Price] 

The house in the hills, by Florence 
Warden [pseud.] New York, R. F. 
Fenno & co., 1899. 197 pp. 12 c . 110 

Copvright by R. F. Fenno & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 47153, July 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 12, 1899. 
[Jerome, Alonzo Wheeler] 

The great debate; a platform scene 
in the seven joint discussions between 
Lincoln and Douglas. One of the 
relief pictures in the dome of the 
state capitol at Springfield, Illinois. 
[Springfield, 111., Rokk'er press, 1899] 
23 pp. pi. 8°. Ill 

Copyright by Alonzo Wheeler Je- 
rome, Springfield, 111. 1899, no. 56725, 
Sept. 5 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 4, 1899. 
The Jesuit relations and allied docu- 
ments . ■ . Edited by R. (J. Tliwaites. 
v. 51-52. Cleveland, The Burrows 
bros. co., 1899. 2 v. 8°. 112,113 

Contents. 
v. 51. Ottawas, Lower Canada, Iroquois: 
1666-1668, contains ■ Preface. 



The Jesuit relations and allied docu- 
ments, etc. — Continued. 

Document exxi. Relation de ce qvi s'est 
passe en la JSTovvelle France, les annees mil 
six cens soixante six, & mil six ceus soixante 
sept. [Second installment, concluding the 
document.] Francois le Merrier, Kebec, No- 
vember 10, 1667; Claude Jean Allouez, n. p., 
n.d.; Thomas Morel, n. p., n.d.; Marie de S. 
Bonaventure, Kebec, October 20, 1667. 

Document exxii. Lettre a . Jacques 

Bruyas; Mission de St. Francois Xavier chez 
les Iroquois, January 21, 1668.' 

Document exxiii. Journal desPP. Jesuites. 
Francois le Merrier,- January-Juue, 1668. 

Document exxiv. Relation de ce qvi s'est 
passe en la Novvelle France, aux annees mil 
six cens soixante-sept <fc mil six cens soixante- 
huit. Francois le Merrier; n. p., n. d. Biblio- 
graphical data: v. li. Notes. 

v. 52. Lower Canada. Iroquois, Ottawas ; 
1667-1660, contains : Preface. 

Document exxiv. Relation de ce qvi s'est 
passe en la JS'ovvelle France, aux annees mil 
six cens soixante-sept & mil six cens soixante- 
huit. [Second and final installment.] Fran- 
'cois le Merrier, n. p., n. d. ; Francois de Laval, 
Quebec, November 8, 1668 ; Marie de S. Bon- 
naventure de Jesus, Quebec, October 4, 1668. 

Document exxv. Relation de ce qvi s'est 
passe en la Novvelle France, les annees 1668 
& 1669. [Francois le Merrier], n. p., n. d. 
Bibliographical data: v.lii. Notes. 

Copyright by Burrows bros. co., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 1899, nos. 56285, 
56286, Sept. 2; 2 copies each rec'd Sept. 
2, 1899. 



[Kaler], James Otis. 

Captain Tom, the privateersman of 
the armed brig Chasseur, as set down 
by Stephen Burton, of Baltimore ; ed- 
ited by James Otis [pseud.] illustrated 
by J. W. Kennedy. Boston, D. Estes »fc 
co., 1899. 163 pp. illus. 8-. (The 
privateers of 1812 series) 114 

Copyright by Dana Esres & co., Bos- 
ton. i899,no.57156, Sept. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 7, 1899. 

Corporal 'Lige's recruit. A story of 

Crown Point and Ticonderoga. By 
James Otis [pseud.] With . . . illus- 
trations bv J. W. Davis. New York, 
A.L Burt' [1899] vi pp., 11., 292 pp. 
pi. 12°. (Young patriot series) 115 

Copyright by A. L. Burt, New York. 
1899, no. 52787, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Sept. 20, 1899. 

A cruise with Paul Jones; a story of 

naval warfare in 1778. By .lames Otis 
[pseud.] With . . . illustrations by 
J. W. Davis. New York. A. 1.. Burt 
[1899] vi pp.. 1 1.. 262 pp. pi. 12 V . 
(Young patriot series) 116 

Copyright by Albert L. Part. New 
York. ' 1899, no. 56151, Sept. 1 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 7. 1899, 



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Authors — Continued. 

[Kaler], James Otis. 

Morgan, the Jersey spy. A story of 
the siege of York town in 1781. By 
James Otis [pseud.] With . . . illus- 
trations by J. W. Davis. New York, 
A. L.Burt 1 [1899] ix pp., 1 l.,264 pp. 
pi. 12° (Young patriot series) 117 
Copyright by A. L. Burt, New York. 
1899,uo.o2786, Aug. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 7, 1899. 

A tory plot. A story of the attempt 

to kill General Washington in 1776. 
By James Otis [pseud.] With . . . 
illustrations by J. W. Davis. New 
York, A. L. Burt [1899] vi pp., 1 1., 265 
pp. pi. 12 c . (Young patriot series) 

118 
Copyright bv Albert L. Burt, New 
York. 1899, no. 56152, Sept. 1; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 14, 1899. 
Kellogg, Elijah. 

The spark of genius; or, The college 
life of James Trafton . . . Boston, 
Lee & Shepard, 1899. 272 pp. pi. 12°. 
(The whispering pine series) 119 

Copyright by Elijah Kellogg, Harps- 
well, Me. 1899, no. 42674, June 30; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 
Kenney, Eudorus C[atlin] 

Thusettes [poems] Cortland, 

N. Y., Cortland democrat, 1899. 3 p. 1 , 

135 pp. 24°. 120 

Copyright by Eudorus C. Kenney, 

Truxton, N. Y. ' 1899, no. 54770, Aug. 28 ; 

2 copies rec'd Sept. 9, 1899. 
Kipling, Rudyard. 

The courting of Dinah Shadd. New 
York, Doubledav & McClure co., 1899. 

3 p. 1., 83 pp. port. 16° 121 
Copyright by Rudyard Kipling, Eng- 
land. 1899, no. 57009, Sept. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 6, 1899. 

The drums of the fore and aft. 

New York, Doubleday & McClure co., 
1899. 2 p. 1., 114 pp. 16°. 122 

Copyright by Rudyard Kipling, Eng- 
land. 1899. no. 57006, Sept. 6 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 6, 1899. 

The incarnation of Krishua Mul- 

vaney. New York, Doubleday & 

McClure co., 1899. 2 p. 1., 95 pp. 16°. 

123 
Copyright by Rudyard Kipling, Eng- 
land. 1899, no. 57005, Sept. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 6, 1899. 
Indian tales; with original illustra- 
tions by L. J. Bridgmau and others. 
Oriental ed. New York & Boston, 
H. M. Caldwell co. [1899] 4 p. 1., 750 
pp. pi. port. 8 C . 124 
Copyright by H. M. Caldwell co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 56275, Aug. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Kipling, Rudyard. 

The man who would be king. New 
York, Doubleday & McClure co., 1899. 
2 p. 1., 135 pp. 16°. 125 

Copyright by Rudyard Kipling, Eng- 
land. * 1899, no. 57008, Sept. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 6, 1899. 

Without benefit of clergy. New 

York, Doubleday & McClure co., 1899. 
2 p. 1., 86 pp. 16°. 126 

Copyright by Rudyard Kipling, Eng- 
land. 1899, no. 57007, Sept. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 6, 1899. 

Kiplingiana; biographical and biblio- 
graphical notes anent Rudyard Kip- 
ling. New York, M. F. Manstield & 
A. Wessels [1899] 2 p. 1., 188 pp. 21. 
pi. port, facsim. nar. 12°. 127 

Bibliography p. 163-188. 

Copyright by M. F. Mansfield & A. 
Wessels, New York. 1899, no. 58743, 
Sept. 13; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 14, 1899. 

Knowles, Frederic Lawrence. 

A Kipling primer; including bio- 
graphical and critical chapters, an 
index to Mr. Kipling's principal writ- 
ings, and bibliographies. Boston, 
Brown & co., 1899. 219 pp. port. 12°. 

128 
Bibliography, p. 200-215. 
Copyright by Frederic Lawrence 
Knowles, Tilton, N. H. 1899, no. 53028, 
Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 

Lamb, Charles. 

Selection irom his essays, letters and 
verses. New York, Doubleday & 

McClure co., 1899. viii pp., 1 1., 156 
pp. port. 24°. (Little masterpieces) 

129 
Copyright by Doubledav & McClure 
co., New York. 1899, no. "'56273, Sept. 
2; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 

Langenbeck, Karl. 

The chemistry of pottery. Easton, 
Pa., Chemical pub. co., 1895. vi, 197 pp. 
sq. 16°. 130 

Copyright bv Edward Hart, Easton, 
Pa, 1899, no. 52950, Aug. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Laughlin, William Ross. 

Anatomy in a nutshell; or, Questions 
and answers with explanatory notes. 
Kirksville, Mo., Democrat print. 1899. 
152 pp. 8°. 131 

Copyright by William Ross Laugh- 
lin, Kirksville, Mo. 1899, no. 49576, 
Aug. 1 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 



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Authors — Continued. 

[Lawrence. William J.] 

A concise life of Admiral George 
Dewev, U. S. N. [anon.] Boston, 
J. F. Murphy [1899] 62 pp. illus. 8°. 

132 
Copyright by W. J. Lawrence, New 
York. 1899, no. 57022, Sept. 6 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 6, 1899. 

Lee, Albert. 

He. she & they; being a faithful rec- 
ord of the wo ful enjoyments and joyful 
woes of him & her. Illustrations by 
H. B. Eddy. New York & London, 
Harper & bros., 1899. iv pp., 1 1., 140 
pp., 1 1. illus. pi. 12°. 133 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. *" 1899, no. 54144, Aug. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 19, 1899. 

Lightning calculator for selling cotton 
. . . [1899] 
See [Nichols, J. L. & co. eomp.~\ 

Lilley, M. C. & co. Columbus, O. 

Illustrated catalogue of supplies for 
masonic lodges . . . (Revised list no. 
85) Columbus, 0., The M. C. Lilley 
& co. [1899] illus. 8°. 134 

Copyright bv M. C. Lillev & co., Co- 
lumbus, Ohio. 1899, no. 49874, Aug. 2; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 8, 1899. 

[Lippincott], Esther J. Trimble. 

A hand-book of English and Ameri- 
can literature. Historical and critical, 
with illustrations of the writings of 
each successive period ... By Esther 
J. Trimble. Revised ed. Philadel- 
phia, Eldredge & bro., 1899. 518 pp. 
12°. 135 

Copyright by Eldredge & bro., Phil- 
adelphia. 1897, no. 62292, Nov. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

MacGregor, Anne. 

The famine of hearts [and other se- 
lections] New York, Town topics 
pub. co., 1899. 247 pp. 12°. (Tales 
from Town topics, no. 33) 136 
Copyright by Town topics pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 55092, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Maine Legislature. 

Maine register, state year-book, and 
legislative manual from May 1, 1899, to 
May 1, 1900 . . . Compiled and pub- 
lished by G. M. Donham. Portland, 
Me., G.M. Douham, 1899. 16°. 137 

Copyright by Grenville M. Donham, 
Portland, Me. 1899, no. 57183, Sept. 7 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 7, 1899. 

Mallmann, Jacob E[dward] 

Historical papers on Shelter Island 
and its Presbyterian church, withgene- 



Anthors — Continued. 

Mallmann, Jacob E[dward] — Continued, 
alogical taoles . . . New York, for 
the author by the A. M. Bustard co., 
1899. 332 pp. pi. port. 8°. 138 

Copyright by Jacob E. Mallmann, 
Shelter Island," N. Y. 1899, no. 6335, 
Jan. 17; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 1, 1899. 

The manufacturing jewelers salesmen's 
association. 

The jobber's pocket guide and mem- 
orandum book for 1899. Attleboro, 
Mass., Sun pub. co., 1899. 24°. 139 

Copyright by Sun pub. co., Attleboro, 
Mass/ 1899, no. 56318, Aug. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Marsh, Charles L[eonard] 

A gentleman juror. Chicago and 
New York, Rand, McNallv & co., 1899. 

31 pp. 12°. 140 
Copyright by Rand, McNallv & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 50741, Aug. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 7, 1899. 

Massachusetts Legislature. 

Laws of the commonwealth of Mas- 
sachusetts relating to political com- 
mittees, caucuses, conventions, and the 
nomination of candidates . . . 1899. 
Prepared by R. L. Gay. Boston [1899] 
77, 21 pp. 24°. 141 

Copyright by Richard L. Gay, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 52789, Aug. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 

The Mercantile agency. 

Reference book (and key) containing 
ratings of merchants, manufacturers, 
and traders generally throughout the 
United States and Canada . . . Sep- 
tember, 1899. v. 126. New York, R. 
G. Dun & co. 1899. fol. 142 

Copyright by R. G. Dun & co.. New 
York. 1899, no\ 57723, Sept. 9 ; 2 conies 
rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 

Merriman, Henry Seton. jjseud. 
See [Scott, Hugh S.J 

Meyer, Frederick] B[rotherton] 

Friendly counsels. New York and 
Boston, f. Y. Crowell & co. [1899] 

32 pp. 12° 143 
Copyright by Thomas V. Crowell & 

co. } Boston. 1899. no. 58643, Sept. 13; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 13, L899. 

Take heart again. New- York & 

Boston, T. Y, Crowell & CO. [ 1899 
pp. 12°. 1 1 1 

Copyright by Thomas v. Crowell a 
co.. Boston, IS99. no. 58641, Sept. I3j - 
copies rec'd Sept. L3, 1899, 



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Authors — Continued. 

[Micliels, Nicholas] 

Nurua's vision ; an allegory ... by 
Nicolai Mikalowitck [pseud.] Chi- 

cago, N. Michels [1899] 173 pp. 12°. 

145 
Copyright by Nicholas Michels, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 46313, July 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 11, 1899. 

Mikalowitch, Nicolai. pseud. 
See [Michels, Nicholas] 

Milton, John. 

An introduction to the prose and 
poetical works of John Milton; com- 
prising all the autobiographic passages 
in his works, the more explicit pre- 
sentations of his ideas of true liberty; 
Comus, Lycidas and Sampson Agonis- 
tes; with notes and forewords by H. 
Corson. New York & London, The 

Macmillan co., 1899. xxxii, 303 pp. 
port. 12 u . 146 

Copyright by The Macmillan co., 
New York. 1899, no. 58674, Sept. 13 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 

Morgan, Morris H[icky] 

A school Latin grammar; prepared 
by M. H. Morgan . . . chiefly from 
Lane's Latin grammar. New York & 
London, Harper & bros., 1899. 1 p. 1., 
viii, 266 pp. 12°. (Harper's Latin 
series) 147 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. " 1899, no. 52732, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 14, 1899. 

Morrison, Arthur. 

To London town. Chicago & New 
York, H. S. Stone & co., 1899". 4 p. 1., 
298 pp. 12 c . 148 

Copyright by Herbert S. Stone & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 57387, Sept. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 8, 1899. 

[Moynahan, Frank E. ed.~\ 

Danvers, Massachusetts. A resume 
of her past history and progress, to- 
gether with a condensed summary of 
her industrial advantages and develop- 
ment . . . Danvers, Mass., The Dan- 
vers mirror, 1899. 3 p. 1., 202 pp. illus. 
pi. 8°. 149 

Copyright bv F. E. Moynahan, Dan- 
vers, Mass. 1899, no. 45586, July 13 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 8, 1899. 

Miiller, F[riedrich] Max. 

Auld lang syne. Second series. My 
Indian friends. New York, C. Scrib- 
ner's sons, 1899. xii, 303 pp. 8 C . 150 

Copyright bv Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 58931, Sept. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Munroe, Kirk. 

"Forward, march;" a tale of the 
Spanish- American war. New York 
& London, Harper & bros., 1899. vi 
pp.. 11., 254 pp. pi. 12°. 151 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York/ 1899. no. 45103, July 11; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 19, 1899. 

Midshipman Stuart; or, The last 

cruise of the "Essex;" a tale of 1812. 
New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1899. vi 
pp., 1 1., 339 pp. pi. 12°. 152 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's 
sons, New York. 1899, no. 58970, Sept. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

New Bedford and Fairhaven directory 
. . . 1899. [no. 32] Boston, Mass., 
W. A. Greenough & co., 1899. 8°. 153 
Copyright bv W. A. Greenough & co., 
Boston. 1899,' no. 54206, Aug. 25 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 14, 1899. 

New York life insurance company. 

Practical suggestions to the medical 
examiners . . . New York, N. Y. life 
insurance co., 1899. 29 pp., 4 1. 12 c . 

154 
Copyright by New York life insur- 
ance co., New York. 1899, no. 54451, 
Aug. 26 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

New York (State) Constitution. 

The constitution of New York; re- 
arranged for class study by F. A. 
Cleveland. Boston. B. H. Sanborn & 
co. [1899] 71pp. 12°. 155 

Copyright by Benj. H. Sanborn & co. 
Boston. 1899, no. 56307, Sept. 2; 2 cop 
ies rec'd Sept. 16. 1899. 

New York (State) Courts of record. 

The miscellaneous reports. Cases 
decided in the courts of record . . . 
other than the Court of appeals and 
the appellate division of the Supreme 
court . . . [Jan. to Mar., 1899] R. G. 
Scherer, reporter, v. 26. Albany, 
J. B. Lyon, 1899. 8 : . 156 

Copyright by John T. McDonough, 
sec'y of the State of New York. 1899, 
no. 57176. Sept. 7 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 
7,1899. 

[Nichols, J. L , & co. com]).] 

Lightning calculator for selling cot- 
ton, jncking cotton, selling cotton seed 
. . . [Naperville, 111., J. L. Nichols & 
co., 1899] 272 pp. 16 c . 157 

Copyright by J. L. Nichols & co., 
Naperville, 111. * 1899, no. 52744, Aug. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 



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Authors — Continued. 

Norris, Frank. 

Blix [a novel] New York, Double- 

dav & McClure co., 1899. 3 p. 1., 339 

pp. 12°. 158 

Copyright by Doubled ay & McClure 

co., New York. 1899, no. 58960, Sept. 

14; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

Novelists. New York, Doubledav & 

McClure co., 18;»9. 173 pp. 16°. (The 

Warner classics, v. 2) 159 

Contents. 

Balzac, Honore de; by W. P. Trent, p. 33 

Cooper, James Feniinore; by J. Hawthorne 
p. 153. 

Eliot, George; by CWaldstein, p. 83. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel; bv H. James, jr., 
p. 9. 

Thackeray, William Makepeace; by W. 
C. Brownell, p. 127. 

Copyright by Doubledav & McClure 
co., New York. 1899, no.' 56297, Sept. 
2; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 
Noyes, J[ohn] B. 

Glimpses of the Christ. A collection 
of original poems. Palmyra, Wis., 

The author, 1899. 2 p. 1., 108 pp. 24°. 

160 

Copyright by Johu B. Noyes, Pal- 
myra/ Wis. 1899, no. 44616, July 10; 
2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 
Ohio. Circuit court. 

Reports of cases . . . v. 18, no. 7. 
September 4, 1899. C. G. Jahn, editor. 
Columbus, Ohio, 1899. 4°. 161 

Copyright bv Carl G. Jahn, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 1899, no. 57018, Sept. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 6, 1899. 

Otis, James. pscucl. 

See [Kaler], James Otis. 
Patten, Gilbert. 

Where sweet winds blow [poems] 
Camden, Camden pub. co., 1899. 45 
pp. illas. sq. 16°. 162 

Copyright bv Gilbert Patten, Cam- 
den, Me. 1899, no. 51193, Aug. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 
Patterson, Virginia Sharpe. 

Dickey Downy; the autobiography 
of a bird . . . with an introduction 
by . . . J. F. Lacev . . . drawings by 
Elizabeth M. Hallowell. Philadel- 
phia, A. F. Rowland. [1899] 192 pp. 
illus. pi. 12°. 163 

Copyright by American Baptist pub. 
society, Philadelphia. 1899, no. 50536, 
Aug. 5 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 
Perry, Bliss. 

The powers at plaj^. New York, 
C. Scribner's sons, 1899. 3 p. 1., 286 pp. 
12°. 164 

Contents. 
By the committee, p. 97. 
Fish-warden of Madrid, p. 193. 

6680— Vol. 21, No. 1 2 



Authors — Continued. 

Perry, Bliss — Continued. 

His word of honor, p. 1. 

In the Rip, p. 75. 

Incident of the British ambassador, p. 157. 

Jepson's third adjective, p. 239. 

Madame Annalena, p. 133. 

White blackbird, p. 257. 

Copyright bv Charles Scribner'ssons, 
New York. 1899, no. 57168, Sept. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 8, 1899. 

Perry, Oliver Hazard. l«17-'64. 

Hunting expeditions of Oliver Haz- 
ard Perry, of Cleveland, verbatim from 
his diaries; embellished with tail- 
pieces engraved about 1800 by . . . 
A. Anderson and others, and printed 
from the original wood. Cleveland, 
1899. viii,246pp., 11. illus. pi. nort. 
8°. 165 

Ed. of 100 copies. 

Copyright by Charles W. Bingham, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 1899, no. 57021, Sept. 
6 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 6, 1899. 
Philosophers and scientists. New 
York, Doubleday & McClure co., 1899. 
200 pp. 16°. (The Warner classics, 
v. 1) 166 

Contents. 

Aristotle; hy T. Davidson, p. 99. 

Bacon ; by C. T. Lewis p. 35. 

Darwin, Charles ; by E. K. Lankester. p. 11. 

Newman, cardinal ; by K. H. Hutton. p. 75. 

Plato; bv P. Shorev. p. 171. 

Spencer, Herbert ; by E. H. Collins, p. 119. 

Copyright by Doubleday &. McClure 
co., New York. 1899, no. 56296, Sept. 2; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 
Poets. New York, Doubleday & Mc- 



Clure co.. 1899. 187 
Warner classics, v. 3) 
Contents. 



pp. 



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(The 
167 



Burns, Robert; by R. H. Stoddard, p. 157. 
Byron, Lord: by C. D. Warner, p. 9. 
Dante; bv C. E. Norton, p. 33. 
Milton, John ; by E. S. STadal. p. 131. 
Tennyson, Alfred; bv H. J. Van Dyke, jr. 
p. 113. 

Copyright by Doubleday & McClure 
co.. New York.' 1899, no. 56295, Sep 2 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept, 2, 1899. 
Pollard, Percival. 

Cape ol storms; a novel. Boston, 
R. G. Badger & co., 1900 [1899 
pp. pi. 12°. 168 

Copyright by Richard G. Badger & 
co., Boston. 1899, no. 33440, May 18; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 
Pool. Maria Ionise. 

Little Bermuda; illustrated b\ L.J. 
Bridgman. Boston, L. C. Page<& co., 
1899. 163 pp. illus. S . (Gift book 
series for boys and girls"' 10;' 

Copyright by I.. C. Page & co.. V-ot- 
ton. 1899, no.*49861, A.ug. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept, 15, L899. 



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Potter, Jeffery W[atson] 

Poems of New England and of our 
country. Boston, .H Earle [1899] 
232 pp. 12°. " 170 

Copyright by Jeffery W. Potter, Per- 
ry ville, R. I. 1899, no. 31417, May 9; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Prentis, Noble L[ovely] 

A history of Kansas. Winfield, 
Kan., E. P. Greer, 1899. 379 pp. illus. 
12-'. 171 

Copyright bv Noble L. Prentis, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. l 1899,no. 51998, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Pritchard, K., and Pritchard, Hesketh. 
A modern mercenary ; by K. and Hes- 
keth Pritchard (E. and H. Heron) 
New York, Doubledaj 7 & McClure co., 
1899. vi, 311pp. V2 C . 172 

Copyright by Doubleday & McClure 
co., New York. 1899, no. 56269, Sept. 2 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 

Pulitzer, Walter. 

That duel at the Chateau Marsanac. 
New York & London, Funk & Wag- 
nails co., 1899. 120 pp. pi. 16V. 173 

Copyright by Funk & W agnails co., 
New York. 1899, no. 48439, July 26; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. 
Pyle, Howard. 

The price of blood ; an extravaganza 
of New York life in 1807 . . . Bos- 
ton, R. G. Ba.iger & co. [1899] 98 pp. 
pi. 8°. 174 

Copyright by Richard G. Badger & 
co., Boston. 1899, no. 33216, May 17; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

Reeves, Mrs. S. K. 

Gladys Lindsay. Philadelphia, The 
Union press [1899] 313 pp. pi. 12°. 

175 
Copyright by The American Sunday- 
school union, Philadelphia. 1899, no. 
52723, Aug. 17; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 18, 
1899. 

Resident and business directory of Cam- 
den and JRoekport, Maine, 1899 . . . 
North Cambridge, Mass., E. A. Jones, 
1899. 8°. 176 

Copyright by Edward A. Jones, North 
Cambridge, Mass. 1899, no. 54486, Aug. 
26; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 8, 1899. 
Robbins, Ch.irles Henry. 

The gam, being a group of whaling 
stories. New Bedford, H. S. Hutch- 
inson & co., 1899. 3 p. 1., 203 pp. illus. 
pi. 8°. . 177 

Copyright by Lizzie Pope Robbins, 
New Bedford, Mass. 1899, no. 34710, 
May 23 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Robinson, Edith. 

A little daughter of liberty; illus- 
trated by Amy M. Sacker. Boston, 
L. C. Page & co., 1899. 131 pp. illus. 
pi. 12°. (Cosy corner series) 178 

Copyright by L. C. Page & co. (inc.), 
Boston. 1899, no. 56087, Sept. 1 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

S., B. ed.-] 

Beacon fires. New York, E. B. 
Page & co., 1899. 100 pp. 24°. 179 

Contents. 

Eternal love. p. 67. 
Learning to live. p. 40. 
Pain and sacrifice, p. 80. 
Power of little things, p. 91. 
Sensation and contact, p. 55. 
Turning-point of civilization, p. 17. 

Copyright by Elliott B. Page & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 40127, June 19; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

St. Clair, William T. 

Csesar for beginners; a first Latin 
book. New York, London [etc.], 
Longmans, Green & co., 1899. xv, 357 
pp. 12°. 180 

Copyrightby Longmans, Green & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 29370, Apr. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

Sanford, Mrs. D. P. 

Little folks at Brookside ; easy read- 
ing lor the little ones . . . illustrated 
by Harriet R. Richards. New York, 
E. P. Button & co., 1899. viii, 184 pp. 
12°. 181 

Copvriohtby E. P. Button & co.,New 
York. " 1899, no. 34937, May 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 

Sawyer, Walter Leon. 

A local habitation . Boston, Small, 
Maynard & co., 1899. 3 p. 1., 313 pp. 
12°. 182 

Copyright by Small, Maynard & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 56288, Sept. 2 : 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 7, 1899. 

Scherer, Robert G. rept. 

New York (State) Courts of record. 
The miscellaneous reports ... v. 26. 
1899. 

[Scoft, Hugh S.] 

The sowers, by Henry Seton Merri- 
man [pseud.] With illustrations by 
C. Meute. New York & London, Har- 
per & bros., 1899. iv pp., 1 1., 390 pp. 
pi. 12°. 183 

Copyright by Harper &, bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 21586, Mar. 25 j 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 



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Authors— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 



Seaver, Edwin P[liny], and Walton, 
George A. 

New Franklin arithmetic. Book[s] 
1-2. New York, Philadelphia [etc.] 
Butler, Sheldon <fcco. [1899] 4 v. 12°. 

184-187 

Copyright by Butler, Sheldon & co., 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 50532-50535, 

Aug. 5 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

The seege of Troye; edited from Ms. 



Harl. 



with introduction, notes, 



and glossaries by C. H. A. Wager. 
New York & London, The Macmillan 
co., 1899. cxv, 126 pp. 12°. 188 

Bibliography, pp. 117-126. The dii'ect source 
of the poem is' attributed by the edixor to the 
"Roman de Troie" of Benoit de Sainte-More, 
p. xlii. 

Copyright by The Macmillan co., New 
York. 1899, no. 57127, Sept. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 7, 1899. 
Shaw, Jessie Macgregor. 

Bv the closest ties. Philadelphia, 
The Union press [1899] 300 pp. pi. 12°. 

189 

Copyright by American Sunday- 
school union, Philadelphia. 1899, no. 
52724, Aug. 17; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 18, 
1899. 
Shibley, Fred W[arner] 

A bundle of yarns. Providence, 
H. Gregory, 1899. 3 p. 1., 249, [1] pp. 
12°. 190 

Copyright by Fred W. Shiblev, 
Providence. 1899, no. 54752*, Apr. 28; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 2, 1899. 
Shiel, M[atthew] P[hipps] 

The yellow danger; or, What might 
happen if the division of the Chinese 
empire should estrange all -European 
countries. New York & London, R. 
F. Fenno & co., 1899. 1 p. 1., 7-388 pp. 
12°. 101 

Copyright by R. F. Fenno & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 38349, June 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 14, 1899. 
Shinn, Josiah H[azen] 

History of the American people. 
New York, Cincinnati [etc.] American 
book oo. [1899] 454 pp. illus. 12°. 192 

Copyright by American book co., 
New York. 1899, no. 13911, Feb. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 
Short, William. 

Christian science; what it is, what 
is new, and what is true about it . . . 
with introduction by H. M. Thompson. 
New York, T. Whittaker, 1899. ix, 63 
pp. 12°. 193 

Copyright by Thomas Whittaker, 
New York. 1899, no. 58461, Sept. 12 ; 2 
copies reed July 12, 1899. 



Siebel, J[ohn] E. 

Compend of mechanical refrigera- 
tion ; a comprehensive digest of applied 
energetics and thermodynamics for the 
practical use of ice manufacturers . . . 
3d ed. Chicago, H. S. Rich & co., 
1899. 3 p. 1., 402 pp. nar.l2°. 194 

Literature, p. 372-76. 

Copyright by H. S. Rich & co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54508, Aug. 26 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 

Smith, Almiron. 

Light among the shadows; or, How 
and when I became blind. With other 
fragments of the story of my life in 
the dark and in the light . . . Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., Faith tract house, 1899. 217 
pp. illus. 8°. 195 

Copyright by Almiron Smith, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 1899, no. 57235, Sept. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 7, 1899. 

Smith, George Washington] 1855 — 
Notes on United States history, to 
accompany the course of study for the 
common schools of Illinois. Taylor- 
ville, 111., C. M. Parker, 1899. 136 pp. 
8°. 196 

Copyright by C. M. Parker, Taylor- 
yille, 111. 1899, no. 38364, June 10; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 7, 1899. 

Smith, Jeremiah. 

Cases on selected topics in the law of 
persons. Cambridge, The Harvard 
law review pub. ass'n, 1899. xiii, 713 
pp. 8°. 197-199 

Copyright by Jeremiah Smith, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Pt. 1, 1898, no. 62411, 
Oct. 24; Pt. 2, 189i>, no. 5L88, Jan. 26; 
Pt. 3, 1899, no. 30480, May 5; 2 copies 
each rec'd June 2, 1899. 

Smith, Walter. 

Methods of knowledge; an essay in 
epistemology. New York. London, 
The Macmillan co., 1899. xxii, 340 pp. 

12°. 200 

Copyright by The Macmillan co.. 
New York. 1899, no. 58704, Sept. 13: 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 

Spanhooul, Arnold Werner- 

Lehrbuch der deutschen sprache; a 

practical course in German lor high 
school, academy, or oollege. Boston, 
D. C. Heath & co.. 1899. xi. 301 pp. 
12°. ^Heath's modern Language series) 

201 
Copyright by Arnold Werner-Span 
hoold." Washington. 1899. no. 56627, 
Sept. 5; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 4, 1899. 



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Author 8 — Continued. 

Stamford directory, 1899 ... [v. 8] 
Stamford, Conn., The Price & Lee co., I 
1899. 8°. 202 I 

Copyright by Price & Lee co., New 
Haven, Conn. "1899^0 55014, Aug.29; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 6, 1899. 

Stevens [George W.,] and Graham, [John 
M.] repis. 

Georgia. Supreme court. Reports 
. . . v. 105, 1899. 

Stone's Rock Island, 111. city directory 
. . . 1899-1900. v. 5. Rock Island, 
111., H. N. Stone & co., 1899. 8°. 203 | 

Copyright by H. N. Stone & co., 
Davenport, Iowa 1899, no. 54759, Aug. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 13, 1899. 

Stowe, Harriet [Elizabeth] Beecher. 

Uncle Tom's cabin; or, Life among j 
the lowly; with an introductory ac- 
count of the work by the author . . . 
illustrations from designs by E. W. ' 
Kemble, and a portrait of the author. | 
Boston & New York, Houghton, Mifflin 
& co., 1899. xlii, 500 pp. pi. port. 
12°. 204 

Copyright by Houghton, Mifflin & , 
co., Cambridge, Mass. 18£9, no. 53784, 
Aug. 23; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 11, 1899. 

Stratemeyer, Edward. 

Under Otis in the Philippines; or, A 
young officer in the tropics . . . illus- \ 
trated by A. B. Shute. Boston, Lee i 
& Shepard, 1899. 1 p. 1., vii, 332 pp. 
pi. 12°. (Old glory series) 205 

Copyright by Lee & Shepard, Boston. 
1899, no. 30966, May 8; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 18, 1899. 

Strickler, Theodore D. comp. 

When and where we met each other, 
on shore and afloat; battles, engage- j 
ments, actions, skirmishes, and expedi- 
tions during the civil war, 1861-1866 
. . . Compiled from official and other 
authentic sources. Philadelphia. W. 
C. Strickler [1899] 279pp. 12°. 206 

Copyright by Walter C. Strickler, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 53833, Aug. 23 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 

Stuart Eleanor. 

Averages; a story of New York. 
New York, D. Appletbn & co., 1899. 1 
pl.,viii,410pp. 12°. 207 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 58679, Sept. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 

Sue, Eugene. 

Arthur, and Indolence— one of the 
seven cardinal sins; illustrated with 
etchings by A. Marcel [Ed. de luxe] 



Authors — Continued. 

Sue, Eugene — Continued. 

Boston, F. A. Niccolls & co. [1899] 2v. 
pi. 8°. 208 

Contents. 

Arthur, v. 1 ; v. 2, p. 1-263. 
Indolence, v. 2, p. 265-393. 

Copyright by Francis A. Niccolls & 
co., Boston. 1899, no. 55086, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Tarde, G [abriel] 

Social laws; an outline of sociology 
. . . translated from the French by H. 
C. Warren . . . with a preface by J. M. 
Baldwin. New York & London, The 
Macmillan co., 1899. xi, 213 pp. 16°. 

209 
Copyright by The Macmillan co., New 
York. 1899, no. 57173, Sept. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 7, 1899. 

Thompson, Garrett W[illiam] 

Blatter aus dem leben; a story. 
Boston, C. H. Heintzemann, 1899. 2p. 1., 
70 pp. 12°. 210 

Copyright by Garrett W. Thompson, 
Philadelphia, 1899, no. 34141, May 22; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 4, 1899. 

Thorpe, Minerva. 

Two chums; the story of a boy and 
his dog . . . Chicago, Laird &, Lee 
[1899] 230 pp. illus. pi. 12°. 211 

Copyright by AYm. H. Lee, Chicago. 
1899, no. 53228, Aug. 19: 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 20, 1899. 

Thurman. C. T. 

The Thurman rules for reckoning 
time. (In Wentworth, G. A. A prac- 
tical arithmetic. 1899. 11pp.) 212 

Copyright by C. T. Thurman, Nash- 
ville, tenn. 1899, no. 49397, July 31 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 11, 18! 9. 

Titterington, Sophie Bronson. 

Hilltop farm. Philadelphia, 
American Baptist publication soc. 
[1899] 292 pp. pi. 12°. 213 

Copyright by American Baptist pub- 
lication soc, Philadelphia. 1899, no. 
48105, July 25; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 20, 
1899. 

Treichler, Albert J. 

Protestantism vs. Romanism. A lec- 
ture delivered in Music Hall, Bangor, 
Pa., July 17, 1899. Bangor, Pa., The 
author, 1899. 48 pp. 12°. 214 

Copyright by Albert J. Treichler, 
Bangor, Pa, 1899, no. 51124, Aug. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Trimble, Esther J. 

See [Lippincott], Esther J. Trimble. 



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illus. 12°, 



219 



Copyright by G. A. Wentworth, Exe- 
ter, N. H. 1899, no. 577 16, Sept. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 3, 1899. 



— A practical arithmetic. Boston, 

Giun & co., 1899. xiv, 372, 11, 41 pp. 
12°. 



Authors — Continued. 

Troeger, John W. 

Mature-study readers ... v. 3, Har- 
old's quests. New York, D. Appleton 
& co., 1899. illus. 12°. (Appletous ; 
home reading books) 215 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New i 
York. 1899, no. 57170, Sept. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 

Turner's . . . annual directory of the 
city of Yonkers; commencing July, ' 
1899, ending July, 1900 . . . Yon- j 

kers & Port Chester, N. Y. E. F. Tur- 
ner & co., 1899. 8°. 216 i 
Copyright by E. F. Turner, Yonkers, ' 
N. Y. " 1899, no. 57399, Sept. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 8, 1899. 

Walkey, S. 

For the sake of the duchesse ; a page 
from the life of the Vicomte de Cham- 
pionnet. New York, F. A. Stokes 
co. [1899] 3 p. 1., 247 pp. 12°. 217 

Copyright by Frederick A. Stokes co., 
New York. 1899, no. 42853, July 1 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Ward. Mina. 

The dictater : A collection of graded 
dictation exercises, for the use of teach- 
ers and students of shorthand, counted 
and arranged in such a manner as to 
establish a standard for determining 
shorthand speed. Cincinnati, The 
Phonographic institute co., 1899. 179 
pp. 16°. 218 

Copyright bv Mina Ward, Escondido, 
Cal. 1899, no.~52078, Aug. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 

Warden, Florence, pseud. 

See [James], Florence [Alice Price] 

The Warner classics. New York, 
Doubleday & McClure co., 1899. 4 v. 
16°. 

Contents. 

v. 1. Philosophers and scientists. 

V. 2. Novelists. 

v. 3. Poets. 

v. 4. Historians and essayists. 

Wentworth, G[eorge] A[lbcrt] 

Plane and solid geometry. Rev. ed 
Boston, Ginn & co., 1899. x, 473 pp 



Authors — Continued. 

Whitney, A[deline] D[utton] T[rain] 

Square pegs. Boston & New York, 
Houghton, Mifflin & co., 1899. iv, 507 
pp. 12^. 220 

Copyright by Mrs. Adeline D. T. 
Whitney, Milton, Mass. 1899, no. 55847, 
Aug. 31 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 
Williams. M. B. 

If any man will, and other sermons. 
Chicago, New York [etc.] F. H. Revell 
co. [1899] 1 p. 1. ,171pp. 12°. 221 

Copyright by Fleming H. Revell co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 37888, June 8; 2 
copies rec'd July 19, 1899. 
Williams, Waterman L [ester] 

Statutory torts in Massachusetts. 
Bostou. Little. Brown & co., 1899. 
xlviii, 257 pp. 12°. 222 

Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1899,' no. 53781, Aug. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 
Williston, S[amuel] W[endell] 

The geology of Kansas. (In Heil- 
prin, Angelo. The earth and its story 
. . . 1899. pp. 269-288) 223 

Copyright by Silyer, Burdett & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 58058, Sept. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 11, 1899. 
Winship J[ohn] P[erkins] C[ushing] 

Historical Brighton, v. 1; an illus- 
trated history of Brighton and its citi- 
zens. Boston, G. A. Warren, 1899. 
illus. 4°. 224 

Copyright by George A. Warren, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 53170, Aug. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 1, 1899. 
Wolcott, Julia Anna. 

Song-blossoms [poems] 2ded. Bos- 
ton, Brown & co., 1899. 262 pp. 12°. 

225 

Copyright by Julia Anna Wolcott, 
Boston. 1899/no. 53917, Aug. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 
The year-book of treatment and medical 
formulary for 18t»9 . . . Philadel- 

phia, New York [etc.] The F. A. Davis 
co., 1899. illus. 8°. 226 

Copyright by The F. A. Davis co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 58954, Sept. 14 : 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 30, 1899. 
Zeisloft, E. Idell. ed. 

The new metropolis; 1600— memora- 
ble events of three centimes — 1900; 
from the island of Mana-hat-ta to 
Greater New York at the close of the 
nineteenth century . . . New York. 
D. Appletoo & oo. [1899] xxii. 639. 
[31] pp. illus. pi. map. obi. 4°. 

Edition de luxe, limited to 750 copies. 
Copyright by D, A.ppleton & CO., 
New York. 1899. no. 21422, Alar. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, L899. 



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I. BOOKS— (2) MISCELLAIVEOVS. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Advisory rates of Aplington, Butler 
county, Iowa. v. 22. 1 

BristoAV, Butler county, Iowa. v. 51. 

2 

Copyright by Henrv Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 1899," nos. 50819. 50820, 



Ana 



copies each rec'd Aug. 7, 



Charter Oak, Crawford county, Iowa. 

v. 75. 3 
Estherville, Emmet county, Iowa. 

y. 136. rev. 4 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Eapiris, Iowa. 1899, nos. 49612, 49609, 

Aug. 1 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 1, 1899. 

Garrison, Benton county. Iowa. 

v. 156. 5 

Kellogg, Jasper county, Iowa. v. 211. 

6 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Eapids, Iowa. 1899, nos. 5C821, 50822, 

Aug. 7; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Mitchellville, Folk county, Iowa. 

v. 277. 7 

Monona, Clayton county, Iowa. 

v. 280. 8 

Copvright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa/ 1899, nos. 49613, 49610, 
Aug. 1; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 1, 1899. 

Persia, Harrison county, Iowa. v. 331. 

9 

Shellsburg, Benton county, Iowa. 

v. 373. 10 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 1899, nos. 50823, 50824, 

Aug. 7 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Valeria, Jasper county, Iowa. v. 

410. 11 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. " 1899, no. 49611, Aug. 1; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 1, 1899. 

Alice in wonderland. [Circular.] 12 

Copyright by John Fowler Bragg, 
New York. 1899, no. 59447, Sept. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 

American electrical directory and buyers' 

manual. June 30, 1899. 13 

Copyright by E. L. Powers co.,New 

York. 1899, no. 48440, July 26; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 2, 1899. 

Arithmetic. Examination questions. 14 
Copyright by Colliery engineer eo., 
Scranton, Fa. "l899, no'. 47865, July 24; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 2, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Arithmetic. Question paper. 4th ed., 

pt. 1. 181 A. 15 

Copyright bv Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Fa. ^1899, no. 42073, June 28; 

2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 

pt. 2. 181 B. 16 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. *1899, no. 42074, June 28; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Automatic (An) investment. 17 

Copyright by New York life insur- 
ance co., New York. 1899, no. 45405, 
July 12; 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Average date finder. 18 

Copyright by A. L. Sjoberg, Union 
Hill, N. J. 1899, no. 50378, Aug. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Baker's potato cipher and directory of 
live potato men. 19 

Copyright bv Albert L. Baker, Min- 
neapolis. 1899, no. 40479, June 20; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Ballantine ( William G. ) Inductive Bible 
study by books. 20 

Copyright by International commit- 
tee Y.M. C. A.ass'n, New York. 1899, 
no. 45445, July 12; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 
8, 1899. 

Beck (C. E.) Beck's easy-rule book- 
keeping; initiatory sets. 21 
Copyright by Chas. E. Beck, Piqua, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 49142, July 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 2, 1899. 

Benenisti (C.) The suicide table in 

Monte Carlo. 22 

Copyright by Henry W. Fischer, New 

York. 1899, no. 60227,'Sept. 19; 2 copies 

rec'd Sept. 19, 1899. 

Bible study manual. Life of Christ, v. 

9, no. 9. Lessons 36-39. 23 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 

Boston. 1899, no. 50379, Aug. 4; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Black (E.S.) Ingersoll. 24 

Copyright by Edward S. Black, 
Newark, N. J. 1899, no. 49871, Aug. 2; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Black (The) cat calendar. 25 

Copyright by D. W. Colbath, Jamaica 
Plain. Mass. 1.^99, no. 60434, Sept. 20 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 2U, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Business (A) driver. 26 

Copyright by William G. Bell co., 
Boston. 1899. no. 50763, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Carl (William C.) The Guilmant organ 
school. 27 

Copyright bv William C. Carl, New- 
York/ 1899, no. 60367, Sept. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

Combinations of weaves. Instruction 
paper, textile designing, part 4. 1st 
ed. 28 

Copyright by Christopher Parkinson 
Brooks, New Bedford, Mass. 1899, no. 
32152, May 12; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 
1899. 

Conklin (P.) & Hofman (P.P.) Table 
and plan for building and loan associa- 
tion. 29 
Copyright by Philander Conklin & 
Frederick P. Hofman, Lima, Ohio. 1899, 
no. 59437, Sept. 16; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 
16, 1899. 

Credit and information list, National 
confectionery manufacturers' board of 
trade. July', 1899. 30 

of the National florists' board of 

trade. July, 1899. 31 

Copyright by Cornelius S. Loder, New 
York. 1899, uos. 46589, 46590, July 18; 
2 copies each rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Cure (A) for piles. 32 

Copyright by Wm. S. Eice, Adams, 
N. Y. 1899, no. 60634, Sept. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Darlington (Nina K.) The science of 
music for children. 33 

Copyright by Nina K. Darlington, 
Boston. 1899, no. 60370, Sept. 20 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 
Diagram of circular skirt. 34 

Copyright by S. T. Taylor, New York. 
1899, no. 60571, Sept. 21; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 21, 1899. 
Diamond Dick, jr. no. 147. 35 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 47924, July 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 
Dominical (The) letter calendar. 36 

Copyright by Benjamin G. Lennox, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 58077, Sept. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 11, 1899. 
Electrical apparatus, worth $10.45, given 
without charge to all who enroll before 
Sept. 1, 1899, etc. 37 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. * 1899, no.' 49088, July 29 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 2, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Explanation (An). 38 

Copyright by Walter Kellogg Wal- 
rath, Adams, N. Y. 1899, no. 47246, July 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Flint (C. E.) Battle of Manila Bay. 
Souvenir poem. 39 

Copyright by C. E.Flint, South Royal- 
ton, Va. 1899, no. 40795, June 22; 2 
copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Ford bros., designers and manufacturers 
of leaded art glass and stained glass 
for residences, churches, and public 
buildings. ' 40 

Copyright by Ford bros., Minneapo- 
lis. lS9y, no. 49085, July 29; 2 copies 
rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Forty years of the Equitable life assur- 
ance society of the United States, and 
comparisons with other companies. 
July 26, 1899. 41 

Copyright by Equitable life assur- 
ance society, New York. 1899, no. 46350, 
July 17; 2 copies rec'd Aug 5, 1899. 

Gas, gasoline, and oil engines. Instruc- 
tion paper. 1st ed. pt. 2. 157 B. 

42 

Question paper. ■ 1st ed. pt. 2. 157 

B. 43 

Copyright bv Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. * 1899, nos. 46326, 46347, 

July 17 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

General circular. Course of study in 
steam, electrical, mechanical, or civil 
engineering. 44 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa, 1899, no. 49577, Aug. 1 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Griswold (W. H.) Twentieth century 
league deferred monthly premium plan 
and. reserve fund system. 45 

Copyright bv William H. Griswold, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 24297, Apr. 6 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd May 1, 1899. 

Hills (P. J.) Chicago mortgage ab- 
stract, no. 54. Oct., 1899. 46 
Copyright by Penrose J. Hills, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51316, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Hoffman (W.) Our wants are main . but 

our needs are few. I i 

Copyright by William Hoffman, Sail 

Lake City, Utah. 1899, no. 59822, Sept. 

18; 2 copies rec'd Sept. IS. 1899. 

1 Ionic (The) doctor. 48 

Copyright by Win. S. Rice, Adam-. N. 
Y. 1899, no. 60635, Sept. 21; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Hou";b (F. H.) Valuable advice concern- 
ing foreign patents. 49 
Copyright bv Franklin H. Hough, 
Washington. 1899. no. 60427, Sept. 20 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

How to press, crease, and keep your 
trousers. 50 

Copyright bv Fred. A. Brenk, Jack- 
son, Mich. 1899, no. 37052, June 5; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

How to repair a speaker. 51 

Copyright by National phonograph 
co., Orange, N. J. 1899, no. 60222, Sept. 
19; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 19. 1899. 

Hull (W.J.) Physiology, drawings and 

outlines. 52 

Copyright by Wvcliffe J. Hull, Iola, 

Kans. 1899. no. 50285, Aug. 4; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Hutchison (J. R.) Hutchison's auditing 
system of actual business practice, from 
start to finish. 53 

Copyright bv John R. Hutchison, 
Salt Lake City. 1899, no. 50289, Aug. 
4; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

I gasp for breath. 54 

Copyright bv Walter Kellogg Wal- 
rath, Adams, N. Y. 1899, no. 47245, July 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 7. 1899. 

Interstate commerce reports ; being de- 
cisions and proceedings of the commis- 
sion and courts relative to interstate 
commerce. July 24, 1899. v. 8, no. 5. 

55 

Copyright by Lawyers' cooperative 

pub. co., Rochester, X. Y. 1899, no. 

49901, Aug. 2; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 4, 

1899. 

Just what you should know. 56 

Copyright bv Farran Zerbe, Tyrone, 
Pa. 1899, no. 46588, July 18; 2 'copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Kemble (The) and Mills list of counsel. 

v.2. no. 1. July, 1899. 57 

Copyright by Kemble & Mills pub. 

co., Philadelphia, 1899. no. 40151, June 

19; 2 copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Key to rating. 58 

Copyright by Mutual mercantile 
agency, New York. 1899, no. 59747, 
Sept. 18 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 

Kidney cure. 59 

Copyright by Win. S. Rice, Adams, 
N. Y. 1899. no. 60630. Sept. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept, 21, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Ladies' (The) world complete premium 

lis: for 1899-1900. 60 

Copyright by S. H. Moore & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 49079, July 29; 

2 copies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 

Margetson (G. R.) Ring in freedom in 
the south. 61 

Copyright by Geo. Reg. Margetson, 
Boston. 1899. no. 47855. July 24 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Modern witchcraft. 62 

Copyright by Salem commercial 

school, inc.. Salem, Mass. 1899, no. 

48850, July 28; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 3, 

1899. 

Montague (Fannie S.) Twelve scenes 
from Shakespeare. 63 

Copyright by Louella C. Poole, Bos- 
ton. 189y, no. 24290, Apr. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Morning star symbols. 4th quarter. 1899. 

64 
Copyright by Morning star pub. 
house, Boston. 1899, no. 60567, Sept. 21 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Morris' brief methods in mixed numbers. 

65 
Copyright by Michael Morris, Toledo, 
Ohio. " 1899, no. 37047, June 5 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Munger (The) system. 66 

Copyright by R. S. Munger, Birming- 
nam, Ala. 1899, no. 59443, Sept. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 

National (The) concert quarterly for 
Sunday schools. Supplement to no. 1, 
v. 2, June, 1899. 67 

Copyright by Henry D. Noves & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 30878, May '6 ^cop- 
ies rec'd June 6, 1899. 

New (A) boon to women. 68 

Copyright bv Henrv Hyams, jr., 
Brooklyn. I899.no. 59192, Sept. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1890. 

Nick Carter weekly, no. 136. 69 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899. no. 46553. July 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Old Cap. Collier library, no. 817. 70 

Copyright by Norman L. Munro, New 
York. 18H9, no. 49L43, July 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Only killed one mule. 71 

Copyright bv J. S. Butcher, Bridge- 
tou, S.J. 1899, no. 59459. Sept. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 



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BOOKS ( MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Open (An) letter to acetylene gas users. 

72 
Copyright by James H. Lancaster, 
New York. 1899, no. 60581, Sept. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Sept, 21, 1899. 

Ornamental ironwork. Instruction pa- 
per. lsted.,lH4. 73 

Questiou paper. 1st ed., 161. 74 

Copyright bv Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton. Pa, " 1899, nos. 46330, 46342, 
July 17; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Oswalt (M. L.) Pen pictures of Mor- 
mouisin. 75 

Copyright by American Baptist pub- 
lication society, Philadelphia. 18^9, 
no. 46311, July 17; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 
7, 1899. 

Parent (The) and the child. Public or 
parochial schools? The popes and 
bishops on education. 76 

Copyright by Kieran I. Colgan, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 50598, Aug. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Partington (Gertrude). Daughters of 
California. A calendar for 1900. 77 

Some little Chinese. A calendar for 

1900. 78 

Copyright by Dodge pub. co., New 
York. 1899, nos. 43877, 43876, July 6; 2 
copies each rec'd July 20, 1899. 

Peasley (F. M.) and Carmody (T. F.) 
Annotations for the Connecticut stat- 
utes. 79 
Copyright by Frederick M. Peasley 
and Terrence F. Carmody, Waterbury, 
Conn. 1899, no. 49906, Aug. 2 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 2, 1899. 

Pennsylvania county court reports. July 

29,1899. v. 22, no. 21. 80 

Copyright by T. & J. W. Johnson & 

co., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 32213, May 

12; 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Pfister (J. J.) catalogue, no. 10. Knitted 
and alpaca bathing suits for men, 
women, boys, and girls. 81 

Copyright by J. J. Pfister, San Fran- 
cisco. 1899, no. 41544, June 26; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 2, 1899. 

Pierson (J. G.) The anatomy and physi- 
ology of the appendix vermiformis. 

82 
Copyright by J Garthwaite Pierson, 
Southampton, Long Island. 1899. no. 
11147, Feb. 7 ; 2 copiesrec <1 Aug. 8, 1899. 
Piatt (C. T.) First lesson in phonogra- 
phy. In Pagan's business educator, 
Sept., 1899. S3 

Copyright by Charles Telford Plait, 
Hoboken, N. j". 189:), no. 09134, Sept, 
16; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 16. 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Pluck and luck. no. 61. 84 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. " 1899, no. 44818, July 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 2, 1899. 

Porte monnaie calendar, 1900. 85 

Copyright by Wittke & Herman, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 59750, Sept. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 

' Primary batteries. Instruction paper. 
Book 26, pt. 1. 86 

pt. 2. 87 

Copyright by Electrical engineer 
institute of correspondence instruction, 
New York. 1899, nos. 50132, 50134, Aug. 
3; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

! Proofs of the pudding. 88 

Copyright by Valentine bros., Janes- 
ville, Wis. 1899, no. 40759, June 22; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

! Providence street directory, 1899. 89 

Copyright by Sampson, Murdock & 
co., Providence. 1899, no. 48546, July 
27; 2 copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Reading city guide and pocket business 
directory, 1899. 90 

Copyright by Elmer L. Schreck, 
Reading, Pa. 1899, no. 40797, June 22 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 
" Remington" no. 8. (Instructions pour 
le maniement de la machine a ecrire.) 

91 
Copyright by Wyckoff, Seamans & 
Benedict, New 'York. 1899, no. 48112, 
July 25; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Remiugtou standard typewriter (price 

list of parts of the no. 8 model). 92 

Copyright by Wyckoff, Seamans <Sc 

Benedict, New" York. 1899, no. 47199. 

July 21 ; 2 copies rec'd July 2!). 1899. 

Rice (Dr. W. S.), Adams, N. Y., specialist. 

93 
Copyright by Wm. S. Rice, Adams. 
N. Y. 1899, no. 60633, Sept, 21; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept, 21, 1899. 
Rice (The) system invigorator. 94 

Copyright by Wm. S. Rice. Adams. 
N. Y. * 1899, no.' 00628, Sept. 21 : 2 copies 
rec'd Sept, 21. L899. 
Rough rider; being an argument on the 
merits of the expanding tread horse 
shoe. 95 

Copyright by Expanding tread co.. 
New York. L899, no. 50297, Aug. ! : 2 
copies rec'd Aug. I, 1899. 
Rules and instructions to managers. 96 
Copyright by United States supply 
houso,No\v York. L899,no, 16810, July 
19; 2 copies rec'd July 31. L899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Saloon-keeper's (The) savings bank. 97 
Copyright by Otto F. Hager, Buffalo. 
1899, no. 50298, Aug. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 4, 1899. 

Science announcement. 98 

Copyright by National correspond- 
ence institute, Washington. 1899, no. 
50571, Aug. 4; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Secret service, no. 28. 99 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 

York. - 1899, no. 44826, J uly 10; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 2, 1899. 
Sheet-metal work. Instruction paper. 

1st, ed. 101. 100 

Question paper. 1st. ed. 101. 101 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 1899, nos. 46327,46345, 

July 17 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Sheikhs of the Kaaba, defenders of the 
mystic shrine. 102 

Copyright by Max Scheuer, John H. 
Russell, Charles Sotheran,Wm. H. Peck- 
ham, and Philip F. D. Hibbs, U. S. 1899, 
no. 49876, Aug. 2; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 
1899. 

Shepard (Edwin). The graphic system 

of vertical penmanship. 103 

Copyright by A. Lovell & co., New 

York. 1899, no. 46859, July 19; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 2, 1899. 

Shepard's national system of adhesive 
annotations. Supplement to vols. 189 
and 190, Pennsylvania state decisions. 

104 
Copyright by Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 60636, Sept. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Simmons (Eveline). Truth. God sees 
each tender little child. 105 

Mary's prayer. 106 

Copyright by Mrs. Eveline Simmons, 
Lakewood, Ohio. 1899, nos. 60503, 
60502, Sept. 20 ; 2 copies each rec'd Sept. 
20, 1899. 

Sinclair (S. H.) company. Laundry ma- 
chinery catalogue. 13th ed. 107 
Copyright by S. H. Sinclair co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 45411, July 12; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Sjoberg (A. L.) Circular equalization 

table. 108 

Copyright by A. L. S]oberg, Union 

Hill, N. J. 1899,no. 56369, Aug. 11; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Sovereign booklet. 109 

Copyright by Edwin J. Gillies & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 50291, Aug. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Spalding's athletic library, v. 9, no. 102, 

July, 1899. 110 

Copyright by American sports pub. 

co., New York. 1899, no. 41)296, July 31 ; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 3,1899. 

Special offer for August, 1899. Ill 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 1899, no. 50062, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Spiers' (R. N.) catalogue of designs. Ec- 
clesiastical and domestic, leaded mo- 
saic glass for churches and dwellings. 

112 
Copyright by Richard N. Spiers. New 
York. 1899, no. 50296, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Stair building. Instruction paper. 1st 
ed. 162. 113 

Question paper. 1st ed. 162. 114 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa, 1899, nos. 46331,46341, 
July 17; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 7, 
1899. 

Steves' vest-pocket capitol guide, To- 

peka, Kans. 115 

Copyright bv F. M. Steves, Topeka, 

Kans. " 1899, no. 35522, May 27 ; 2 copies 

rec'd July 13, 1899. 

Stewart (F. G.) and McCracken (G. Ew- 
ing). Patent aluminum ferrule wool 
dusters. Price list. 116 

Copyright by Frances G. Stewart and 
G. Ewing McCracken, Chicago. 1899, 
no. 60382, Sept. 20; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 
20, 1899. 
Strong current protectors. 117 

Copyright by Rolfe electric co., Chi- 
cago. 1899.no. 50768, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 
Time of B. & A. R. R. trains from Newton 
to Boston and Boston to Newton. 1899. 

118 
Copyright by A. Blanche Cheyalier, 
Wellesley, Mass. 1899, no, 60220, Sept. 
19; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 19, 1899. 

Newtouville to Boston and Boston 

to Newtouyille. 119 

Copyright by A. B. Chevalier, 
Wellesley, Mass. 1899, no. 60431, Sept. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

West Newton to Boston and Boston 

to West Newton. 120 

Copyright by A. Blanche Chevalier, 

Wellesley, Mass. 1899. no. 60624, Sept. 

21; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Tip top weekly, no. 173. 121 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 

York. 1899, no. 46555, J uly 17 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Tompkins (D. A.) Cotton mill, commer- 
cial features. A text- book for the nse 
of textile schools and investors. 122 

Copyright by Daniel Augustus Tomp- 
kins. Charlotte. N. C. 1899, no. 49608, 
Aug. 1 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 
Varicocele. 123 

Copvriiiht by Win. S. Rice, Adams, 

N. Y. 18^9, no. 60629, Sept. 21 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Vories' laboratory method of teaching 

rapid addition. 124 

Copyright by Hervev D. Vories, In- 
dianapolis. 1899, no. 51662, Aug. 11; 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Welman(C.C) Padlock cipher. 125 
Copyright by Charles Caesar Wel- 
mau, London. *1899, no. 42852, July 1; 
2 copies rec'd July 5, 1899. 

What we know about the effects of the 

Dreyfus verdict. 126 

Copyright by Rufus H. Darby, U. S. 

1899, no. 60625,' Sept. 21 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Sept. 21, 1899. 

Wheelan (Albertine Randall). Dear 

little cupids. A calendar for 1900. 127 

Copyright bv Dodge pub. co., New 

York. 1899, no". 43875, July 6; 2 copies 

rec'd July 20, 1899. 

Wholesale price currents. Wine, bran- 
dies, olive oil, etc. 128 
Copyright by P. C. Cavaroc, Chicago. 
1899, no. 39563, .June 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 7, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Wilson (C.E.) Students' mail course in 
modern hypnotism. 129 

Copyright by Charles Edward Wil- 
son, Lincoln, Nebr. 1899, no. 44634, July 
10; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Winner (A). 130 

Copyright bv Albert W. Slevin, St. 
Louis. 1899, no* 48853, July 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Woman's Christian temperance union 
souvenir. 131 

Copyright by Mrs. C. B. Forbes, Hart- 
ford, Conn. 1899, no. 50978, Aug. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Wonderful discovery, "Liquid sugar." 
Sweetening at half the cost of sugar. 

132 
Copyright bv Lewis m'fg co., Mil- 
waukee. 1899, no. 49875, Aug. 2; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Wood (T. W.) & sons' fall catalogue. 

August, 1899. 133 

Copyright by Whittet & Shepperson, 

Richmond, Va. 1899, no. 50977, Aug. 8 ; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Work and win. no. 35. 134 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, no. 44822, July 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 2, 1899. 



I — BOOKS-(3) NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term " Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Adams (Parker Quincy). Practical sug- 
gestions calculated to please yonr fam- 
ily. Aug. 2, 1899. 1 

Aug. 22. 2 

The question "What shall we have 

to eat?" for to-morrow answered. 
Aug. 18. 3 

Aug. 25. 4 

Copyright by Walter Bradford Guild, 
Boston. " 1899, nos. 49915, 49912, 4991S, 
49921, Ang.2; 2 copies each rec'd Aug, 
2, 1899. 

Admiral Dewey is at Naples. 5 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50851, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Admiral Dewey sails for Naples. 
Copyright bv Chicago 
cago. 1899, no.' 50393. Aug. 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 
American demands redress. 
Copvriiiht bv Chicago 
cago. ' 1899, no. 50610, Aug. 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

American students at Oxford 
American's pocket picked. 
Art celebration in Belgium, 
Asks of Peru $100,000 damage 
Copyright l>v Chicago re 

cago. ' L899, nos. 49937, 19910. 19931. 

49935, Aug. 2; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 

1, 1899. 



record 


Chi- 


4; 


2 i 


opies 


record 


7 
Chi- 


;i : 


2 copies 


L. 




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es, 
ret 


ord, 


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Chi- 



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Titles — Continued. 

Attend an Austrian funeral. 12 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 49413, July 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Belgian cabinet resigns. 13 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50399, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Belgium has a new ministry. 14 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 51212, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Beware of Ostend pickpockets. 15 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51219, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Ang. 8, 1899. 

Both sides yield in the lockout. 16 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50140, Aug. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 



Buchanan is coming home. 



17 



Colorado heroes. 



22 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- ' 
cago. 1899,no.50835, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Ang. 5, 1899. 

Calamba cable laid. 18 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- j 
cago. * 1*99, no. 49929, Aug. 2; 2 copies j 
rec'd Aug. 1, 1899. 

Camp (W. M.) Notes on track. 115, 
Bumping posts. 19 

Copyright by W. M. Camp, Chicago, 
1899, no. 45477, July 12; 2 copies rec'd i 
Aug. 2, 1899. 

Causes worry at the Quirinal. 20 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- ! 
cago. " 1899, no* 49938, Aug. 2; 2 copies j 
rec'd Aug. 1, 1899. 

Chinese envoys go to Japan. 21 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50145, Aug. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 



Copyright by G. L. Kilmer, U. S. 

1899,no.50858, Aug. 7; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 7, 1899. 

Come to the defense of Milan. 23 ' 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50142. Aug. 3; 2 copies ! 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

i 
Confiscate many newspapers. 24 ! 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50849, Aug. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Coolidge (H. L.) The discontented leaf. 

25 
Copyright by Mrs. Harriett Lincoln 
Coolidge, Washington. 1899, no. 48947, 
July 28 ; 2 copies rec'd Ang. 4, 1899. 

Cordial treatment in Pern. 26 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50844, Aug. 7; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Crowds go to Rennes. 27 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 50843, Aug. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Curiosities. 28 

Copyright by George Newnes, ltd., 
Great Britain. * 1899, no. 50253, Aug. 4; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

. 29 

Copyright by George Newnes, ltd., 
Great Britain. 1899, no. 60530, Sept. 21; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Danish lockout is over. 30 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50850, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Decision of church questions. 31 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50147, Aug. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Declaration of principles of the sovereign 
citizens of the United Statesof America. 
The anti-trust bill and the constitution 
and by-laws. 32 

Copyright by Carl Browne, Denver. 
1899, no. 49139, Julv 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 4, 1899. 

Defend the reciprocity treaty. 33 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no*. 49419, July 31; 2 copies 
reed July 29, 1899. 

Denmark's king at Ischl. 34 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51213, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Dewey is much annoyed. 35 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 49933, Aug. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 1, 1899. 

Dewey may sail to-day. 36 

Copy light by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no*. 50143, Ang. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Dewey welcomed at Naples. 37 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51211, Aug. 9: 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Dewey's alleged interview. 38 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50139, Aug. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Dewey's plans are outlined. 39 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50138, Aug. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Directions for horizontal edition. Hori- 
zontal accounts of weekly offerings. 

40 
Copyright by H. E. Brown, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 1899, no. 50547, Aug. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Disaffection in Austria. 41 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50605, Aug. 5 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Doubts America's intentions. 42 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50394, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Dreyfus case to-day. 43 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51209, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. *<, 1899. 

Duggan ( Janie P.) Passion and patience. 

Chap. 9. 44 

Copyright by American Baptist pub. 

society, Philadelphia. 1899, no. 48577, 

July 27 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Chap. 11. 45 

Copyright by American Baptist pub. 
society, Philadelphia. 1899, no. 45211, 
July 11; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 
Earthquake shock in Chile. 46 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50617, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Efforts to form a cabinet. 47 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50838, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 
Eye of Germany on our warships. 48 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50836, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 
Eye on Alaska case. 49 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 49928, Aug. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 1, 1899. 
Fable (The) in slang of Paducah's favor- 
ite comedians and the mildewed stunt. 

50 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50828, Aug. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Famine feared in India. 51 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50615, Aug. 5 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Fawcett (W.) A vacation with the 

world's richest man. 52 

Copyright by Waldon Fawcett, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 1899, no. 48936, July 

28 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Fear a water famine. 53 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50603, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Fears Servia's internal foes. 54 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50613, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

For evangelical unity. 55 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 49939, Aug. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 1, 1899. 

For a labor college. 56 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50387, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Foss a guest of the Kaiser. 57 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50616, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Foss sees Sweden's naval works. 58 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899,no. 50397, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Foss thinks Dewey will come. 59 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 49941, Aug. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 1, 1899. 

French views on peace congress. 60 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 50846, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Frenchmen guests of Hamburg. 61 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no.' 49416, July 31 : 2 copies 
rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Frontier question not acute. 62 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50848, Aug. 7: 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Germans feel humiliation. 63 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. ' 1899.no'. 51220, Aug. 9: 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 



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Titles— Continued. 

Hamblen (Herbert E.) We win; a rail- 
road story. 64 
Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 
York. 1899, no. 48931, July 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Hart (P. J.) How our Dewey crushed 

the Spaniards at Manila. 65 

Copyright by Patrick J. Hart, New 

York. 1899, no. 47862, July 24 ; 2 copies 

rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Harte (B.) Mr. Bilson's housekeeper. 

66 
Copyright by Bret Harte, Londou. 
1899, no. 50404, Aug. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 4, 1899. 

Heroes of the war. 67 

Copyright by G. L. Kilmer, U. S. 
1899, no. 50860, Aug. 7; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 7, 1899. 
Herrick (Christine Terhune). Spiced 
fruits, small and large. Aug. 12. 68 
Copyright by Walter Bradford Guild, 
Boston. 1899, no. 49909, Aug. 2 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 2, 1899. 
Imposing funeral at Hamburg. 69 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 50834, Aug. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 
In memory of Hungary's poet. 70 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50148, Aug. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Interest in Delcasse's visit. 71 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50831, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 
Italy's relation to the Vatican. 72 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 18y9, no. 50146, Aug. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Japan inspects high schools. 73 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 50391, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 
Jefferson (Emma G.) Luncheon for a 
hot day. Aug. 19. 74 

Copyright by Walter Bradford Guild, 
Boston. 1899, no. 49910, Aug. 2; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 2, 1S99. 
Kaiser to see France. . 75 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 49412, July 31 : 2 copies 
rec'd July 29, 1899. 
Landrum's permanent terpsichorean col- 
lege. 76 
Copyright by R. L. Landrum, Salt 
Lake City. 1899, no. 60225, Sept. 19 j 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 19, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Langhorne (J. V.) Ma baby got ma tel- 
egram. 77 
Copyright by J. V. Langhorne, Nor- 
folk, Va. 1899, no. 48555, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Lightning strikes a regiment. 78 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50852, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec d Aug. 7, 1899. 

Lincoln (Mary J.) Coffee mousse. Aug. 
20. 79 

Cucumbers cooked and uncooked. 

Aug. 27. 80 

Palatable dishes at minimum ex- 
pense and easy of preparation. Aug. 
19. 81 

Aug. 26. 82 

A Thursday menu, simple, econom- 
ical, and easily prepared. Aug. 16. 

• 83 

Aug. 23. 84 

Copyright by Walter Bradford Guild, 
Boston. 1899, nos. 49924, 49926, 49919, 
49922, 49916, 49913, Aug. 2; 2 copies 
each rec'd Aug. 2, 1899. 

Logan (Mrs. John A.) What shall we 

do with our daughters? 85 

Copyright by Central literary press, 

New York. 1899, no. 60226, Sept. 19 ; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 19, 1899. 

Manoeuvers in the German army. 86 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 49415, July 31; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 29,1899. 

Marblehead reaches Callao. 87 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 18u9, no. 50837, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Marr dies in Havana. 88 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.' 51216, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 



Matadors irritate the French. 



89 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi 
cago. 1899, no'. 49931, Aug. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 1, 1899. 

Mayo (E. W.) America's street railway 

kings. 90 

Copyright bv E. W. JNIayo, New York. 

1899, no. 48935", July 28; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 5, 1899. 



Milan dismayed by ridicule. 91 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 49932, Aug. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 1, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Milan's assailant to be tried. 92 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50845, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec d Aug. 7, 1899. 

Narrow-gauge railway in Spain. 93 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 50400, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 



Navies are to be decreased. 



94 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50402, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec d Aug. 4, 1899. 

Neufeld (Charles). In the Khalifa's 
clutches ; or, My twelve years' captivity 
in chains in Ouidurinan. Pt. 3. 95 

Copyright by George Newnes, ltd., 
Great Britain. 1899, no 50252, Aug. 4; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Pt 5. 96 

Copyright by George Newnes, ltd., I 
Ne<v York. 1899, no. 60529, Sept. 21 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

No fear for Dreyfus. 97 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ^99, no. 50604, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
rec d Aug. 4, 1899. 

Norris (Z. A.) Their golden wedding. 

98 
Copyright by Zoe Anderson Norris, 
U.S. 1899, no. 50857, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Not all of America. 99 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50136, Aug. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. . 

Not to be president. 100 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 5 jc88, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Not to invoke crown rule. 101 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50401, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 
auipfer. no. 292. 102 

Copyright by German press and 
plate co., Cleveland, Ohio. 1< S 99, no. 
5(>85i, Aug. 7; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 
1899. 

no. 299. 103 

Copyright bv German press and 
plate cor, Cleveland. 1899, no. 60224, 
Sept. 19; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 19, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Offener schreibebrief von Missus Lizzie 
Sauerampfer. 104 

Copyright by H. H. Coleman, Mil- 
waukee. 1899, no. 60641, Sept. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Opposed by the Starnbouloffists. 105 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50390, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Patriots fleeing from Servia. 106 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50833, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Peace conference in Norway. 107 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50398, Aug. 4 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Peck's Uncle Ike and the redheaded boy. 
In Peck's sun, Sept. 16, 1899. 108 

Copyright by Geo. W. Peck, Mil- 
waukee. 1899, no. 59726, Sept. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 

Pope is to write of peace. 109 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 18j9, no". 50847, Aug. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Pratt (E.M.) Desirable longevity. 110 
Copyright by E. M. Pratt, Chicago. 
1899, no. 47037/ July 20; 2 copies rec'd 
July 31, 1899. 

Gifts and gettings. Ill 

Copyright bv 12. M. Pratt, Chicago. 
1899, no. 22988, Mar. 31; 2 copies rec'd 
July 31,1899. 

Prisoners on the bay. 112 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 51210, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
reed Aug. 8, 1899. 

Queen objects to the stamps. 113 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 49420, July 31; 2 copies 
rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Queen's letter rouses Italy. 11 1 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 50395, Aug. I: 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. i, 1899. 

Raymond (A. M.) The De Vara family. 

i ir> 
Copyright by Albert M. Raymond, 
Washington. 1899, no. 60223, Sept. 19 : 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 19, L899. 

Receptions for M. Delcasse. 116 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago, ' 1899, no. 51215, Aug. 9 J 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 



32 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — C ontirmed . 

Rejoice at cabinet's fall. 117 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no!" 50392, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Retires from Dutch cabinet. 118 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 50396, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 



Revives the talk of war. 



119 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- ! 
cago. " 1899, no. 49942, Ausr . 2 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 1, 1899. 

Roie (Louis). Fruit melange. Aug. 5. 

120 
Copyright by Walter Bradford Guild, 
Boston. 1899, no. 49908, Aug. 2 ; 2 cop- I 
ies rec'd Aug. 2, 1899. 

Rome wants to see Dewey. 121 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- j 
cago. 1899. no. 51217, Aug, 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Royal wedding at Cettinje. 122 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- | 
cago. 1899, no. 49414, .) uly 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Say Gen. Otis is easy. 123 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- ! 
cago. 1899, no. 50841, Aug. 7: 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Say Weyler will be dictator. 124 

Copyright by Chicago record, C h 
cago. * 1899, no." 50389, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Says high tariff will win. 125 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50839, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Seeks to recover stolen money. 126 ' 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50144, Ang. 3: 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Sees menace in America's fleet. 127 ! 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50403, Aug. 4; 2 copies | 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Seize many shipments of arms. 128 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50141, Aug. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

" Shamrock " gets away. 129 

Copyright, by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50829, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. I 



Titles — Continued. 

" Shamrock" to sail to-day. 130 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, uo. 50606, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Ship cement to Baltimore. 131 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50609, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Slow work finding a cabinet. 132 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 50612, Aiiff. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Smith (G.) A desert made glad. 133 

Copyright by Gertrude Smith, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 48933, July 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Socialist gain in Holland. 134 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 50840, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Special London cable letter. London, 

Sept. 17, 1899. 135 

Copyright by Associated press, New 

York. * 1899, no. 59896, Sept. 18; 2 copies 

rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 

Stir up German agrarians. 136 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50149, Aug. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Talk of protection. 137 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50842. Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Talmage(T. DeWitt). Longevity. Met- 
ropolitan pulpit. 138 
Copyright bv Louis Klopsch, New 
York. 1899, no. 59885, Sept. 18; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 

Terhune (Mary Virginia). Cool viands 
and beverages for a picnic on lake or 
stream. Marion llarland [pseud.] Aug. 
14. 139 

Dainty little cakes with which to 

regale the afternoon guest. Marion 
Harland [pseud.] Aug. 21. 140 

A French fad and plain English. 

Marion Harland. [pseud.] Aug. 20. 

141 

Mysteries of various kinds of prep- 
arations known as potpourri. Marion 
Harland [pseud.] Aug. 24. 142 

Some rather elaborate dishes for a 

picnic in woods or fields. Marion Har- 
land [pseud.] Aug. 17. 143 



33 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Terhnne (Mary Virginia). Whose is the 
fault? Marion Harland [pseud.] Aug. 
27. 144 

Copyright hy Walter Bradford Guild, j 
Boston. 1899,' nos. 49914, 49911, 49923, 
49920, 49917, 49925, Aug. 2; 2 copies I 
each ree'd Aug. 2, 1< V 9P. 

Thought to he a counterfeiter. 145 | 

Copyright hy Chicago record, Chi- I 
cago. * 1899, no! 49417, July 31; 2 copies 
ree'd July 29, 1899. 

Tilt of arbitrators. 146 

Copyright hy Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50137, Aug. 3; 2 copies ! 
ree'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

To end the lahor troubles. 147 

Copyright hy Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50611, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

To fight gambling at Osteud. 148 

Copyright hy Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50607, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

To keep the throne. 149 j 

Copyright hy Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 51214, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

To relinquish San Mun hay. 150 

Copyright hy Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 50832, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Trade in live stock. (Kansas City star. 

July 26,1899.) 15 L 

Copyright hv Kansas City star co., 

Kansas Citv, Mo. 1899, no. 48955, July 

28 ; 2 copies ree'd July 29, 1899. 

July 29. 1899. 152 

Copyright hy Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 49625, Aug. 
1 ; 2 copies ree'd Aug. 1, 1899, 

Aug. 1, 1899. 153 

Copyright hy Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 50406, Aug. 
4 2 copies ree'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Aug. 2, 1899. 154 

Copyright hy Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 50591, Aug. 
5; 2 copies ree'd Aug. 5, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Trade in live stock. (Kansas City star, 

Aug. 5, 1899.) 157 

Copyright hy Kansas Citv star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 51026, Aug. 

8; 2 copies ree'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Transport " Warren " sets sail. 158 

Copyright hy Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50608, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Treat for poor children. 159 

Copyright hy Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.' 49418, July 31 ; 2 copies 
ree'd July 29, 1899. 

Trouble in Austria. 160 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 49930, Aug. 2 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 1, 1899. 

Uncle Sam a friend. 161 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.' 50830, Aug. 7 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Union of Australia. 162 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 49411, July 31 ; 2 copies 
ree'd July 29, 1899. 

Universal trade is shut out. 163 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 50614, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 4, 1899. 



Aug. 3, 1899. 



155 
156 



— Aug. 4, 1899. 

Copyright by Kansas City star co 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, nos. 50866 
50867, Aug. 7; 2 copies each ree'd Aug 
7, 1899. 



Warman (Cy). 
Ben. 



Chekko and Uncle 
164 



Copyright by S. S. McClure co.. New 
York/ 1899, no. 48934, Jul v 28: 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Well done, Oregon ! 165 

Copyright by G. L. Kilmer, U. S. 
1899, no. 50859,'Aug. 7; 2 copies ree'd 
Aug. 7, 1899. 



Wendorff makes a suggestion. 



166 



Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 49936, Aug. 2; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 1, 1899, 

Wetherell (C.) The jolly Jobbernowls 

go up in a balloon. 167 

Copyright by Caroline Wetherell, 1. 

s. L899, no. 50856, Aug. 7: 2 copies 

ree'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Work on Krupp's dockyard. 168 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 51218, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. S. 1899. 



6680— Vol. 21 , Xo. 1- 



34 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue. 



Titles. 

Cuba libre! rnelodrnrnat w 5-c oclslo- 

nach. Stefan Barszezewski. 1 

Cojiyrigkt by S. E. Barszezewski, 

Chicago. 1899,' no. 46823, July 19; 2 

copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Gipsy (The) maid: 1-aet opera. Li- 
bretto by G. B. Brigharn; music by 
J. A. West. 2 

Copyright by Florence Coleman Ro- 
senthal, Chicago. 1899, no. 51175, Aug. 
9 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Kit Carson's last trail: a 4-act drama, 
by Mrs. H. E. Downing. 3 

Copyright by Mrs. H. E. Downing, 
Nebraska City, Xebr. 1899, no. 38979, 
June 13; 1 typewritten copy rec'd 
June 13, 1899; 1 typewritten copy rec'd 
Aug. 1, 1899. 

Ferils of a great city : a melodrama in 4 
acts, by Charles lownsend. 4 

Copyright bv Penn publishing com- 
pany, 'Philadelphia. 1899, no. 49092, 
July 29; 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Princesse (La) Lointaine (The Princess 
far away) : a play in 4 acts, by Ed- 
mond Eostand; translated by Charles 
Eenauld. 5 

Copyright by Frederick A. Stokes 
co., >,ew York. 1899, no. 42899, July 1 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 12, 



lilies — Continued. 

! Eicardo Delmez : a Corsieau melodrama 

in 4 acts. T. Henry Matthews, jr. 6 

Copyright by T. Heury Matthews, 

jr., Hazleton, Pa. 1899, no. 48194. July 

27; 2 type written copies rec'd Aug. 7, 

1899. 
i 
i Singer of Marly. By I. Hooper and L. C. 

Falbe. 7 

Copyright by I. Hooper and L. C. 

Falbe, London.' 1899. no. 49039, July 

29: 2 type written copies rec'd Aug. 7, 

1899. 

Train (The) robbers: drama in 4 acts, 
by Bert Eitter Miller. 8 

Copyright by Bert Eitter Miller, 
Eeadmg, Pa. 1899. no. 59765, Sept. 18 ; 
2 typewritten copies rec'd Sept. 18, 
1899. 

Traitor to the flag? or, Barriers swept 
away: l -act military drama, by Ernest 
Bostwick. 9 

Copyright by Ernest Bostwick, 
Flushing, Long Island. 1899, no. 50982, 
Aug. 8: 2 typevrritten cojnes rec'd Aug. 
8, 1899. 

Yiidele; or. Der emeth und der scheker. 

10 
Copyright by Joseph Lateiner, New 
York. ' 1899, no. 59766, Sept. 18 : 2 type- 
written copies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



Titles. 

Abendblatt der Xew Yorker staats-zeit- 
ung. Sept. 25, 1899. 1 

Sept. 26, 1899.. 2 

Sept. 27, 1899. 3 

Sept. 28. 1899. 4 

Sept. 29, 1899. 5 

Sept. 30, 1899. 6 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, Xew York. 1899. nos. 1778- 
1783, Jan. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Sept. 
26 to Oct. 2, 1899. 

Adyance. Sept. 28, 1899. v. 38, no. 1768. 

7 
Copyright by Advance publishing 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 48965, July 28; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 



Amateur sportsman, 
no. 6. 



Oct., 1899. v. 21, 



Copyright by M. T. Eichardson co., 
Xew York. 1899. no. 35175, May 25; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 
American agriculturist, v. 61, no. 14. 
Sept. 30, 1899. 9 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., Xew 
York. 1899, no. 700, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 
American architect and building news. 
v. 65, no. 1239. Sept. 23, 1899. 10 

Copyright by American architect and 
building news co., Boston. 1899, no. 
3857, Jan. 9; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 
, 1899. 



35 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Ti ties — Contin ued. 

American florist, v. 15, no. 590. Sept. 

23, 1899. 11 

Copyright by American florist co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 5S120, Sept. 11; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

American kitchen magazine. Oct., 1899. 
v. 12, no. 1. 12 

Copyright by Home science pub. co., 
Boston. 1899,'no. 35821, May 29 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

American youth's library, no. 1. Oct. 4, 

1899. 13 

Copyright bv Carl L. Zimmermann, 

Racine, Wis. 1899, no. 58102, Sept. 11; 

2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Appleton's popular science monthly, v. 

55, no. 6. Oct., 1899. 14 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 27625, Apr. 21; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Architectural review, v. 6, no. 9. Sept., 

1899. 15 

Copyright by Bates & Guild co., 

Boston. 1899, no. 11877, Feb. 10; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Atlantic monthly. Oct., 1899. 16 

Copyright bv Houghton, Mifflin & 
Co., New York. 1899, no. 5456, Jan. 13; 
. 2 copies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Atlantic reporter. Sept. 20, 1899. v. 44, 
no. 4. . 17 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 1899, no. 59920, Sept. 18; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Automobile magazine. Oct., 1899. v. 1, 
no. 1. 18 

Copyright by United States indus- 
trial pub. co., New York. 1899, no. 
53993, Aug. 24; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 
1899. 

Ave Maria, Sept. 16, 1899. v. 49, no. 12. 

19 
Copyright by Daniel E. Hudson, 
Notre Dame, Ind. 1899, no. 58824, Sept. 
13; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

Sept. 30, 1899. v. 49, no. 14. 20 

Copyright by Daniel E. Hudson, No- 
tre Dame, Ind. 1899, no. 5S^26, Sept. 
13; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Bibliotheca sacra. Oct., 1899. v. 56. 

21 
Copyright by Bibliotheca sacra co., 
Boston. 1898,110.66485, Nov. 14; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Biles semi-monthly pocket edition, 
whisky price list. Sept. 25, 1899. v. 
10, no. 6. 22 

Copyright by J. W. Biles co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1899, no. 56665, Sept, 5; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Bird lore. Oct., 1899. v. 1, no. 5. 23 

Copyright by Frank M. Chapman, 
Englewood, N. J. 1899, no. 57845, Sept, 
9; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Black cat, Aug ., 1899. 24 

Copyright by Shortstory pub. co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 45846, July 14; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 14, 1899. 

Bon ton and Le moniteur de la mode 
united. Aug., 1899. v. 48, no. 8. 25 
Copyright by S. T. Taylor co., New 
York. 1899, no. 40773, June 22; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 29, 1899. 



Nov., 1899. 



26 



Copyright bv S. T. Taylor co., New 
York. 1899, no. 60594, Sept. 21; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Boston dailv globe. Sunday, Sept. 24, 
1899. v. 56, no. 86. 27 

Monday, Sept, 25, 1899. v. 56. no. 87. 

28 

Tuesday, Sept. 26, 1899. v. 56, no.88. 

29 

Wednesday, Sept. 27, 1899. v. 56, 

no. 89. 30 

Thursday, Sept. 28, 1899. v. 56, no. 

90. 31 

Friday, Sept. 29, 1899. v. 56, no. 91. 

32 

Saturday, Sept! 30, 1899. v. 56, no. 

92. 33 

Copyright by Globe newspaper co., 

Boston. 1899, nos. 44184-44190, J uly 7 ; 

2 copies each rec'd Sept. 25 to Oct.2, 

1899. 

Boston pocket manual. Sept. 25. L899. 

v. 2. no. 30. 31 

Copyright by Robert Weld, Boston. 

1899, no. 47974, July 24; 2 copies rec'd 

Sept. 28, 1899. 

Bradstreet's. v. 27, no. 1108. Sept. 23. 
1899. 

Copyright by Bradstreet co., New- 
York. 1899, no. 26(v>, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept, 23. 1899. 



v. 27. no. L109. Sept. 30, 1899. 



36 



Copyright by Bradstreei OO., New 
York." 1899, no. 200!. Jan, 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept, 29. 1809. 



36 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Brickbuilder. v. 8, no. 9. Sept.. 1899. 

37 
Copyright by Rogers & Manson, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no?59516, Sept. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Brooklyn life. Sept. 30, 1899. y. 20, no. 

500. * 38 

Copyright by Brooklyn life pub. co., 

Brooklyn. 1899, no. 22354, Mar. 28; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Calendar of monthly intentions. Oct., 

1899. v. 15, no. 10.' 39 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 

New York. 1898, no. 71694, Dec. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Catholic news. v. 13, no. 48. Sept. 27, 

1899. 40 

Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 

New York. 1898, no. 74504, Dec. 20; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

(New York edition), v. 13, no. 48. 

Sept, 23, 1899. 41 

Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 74555, Dec. 20; 2 I 
copies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Catholic world. Oct., 1899. v. 68, no. 
403. 42 

Copyright bv Missionary society of 
St. Paul the apostle, New York. 1898, 
no. 77431, Dec. 31; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 
28, 1899. 

Chicago dry-goods reporter. Sept. 23, 

1899. v. 29, no. 38. 43 

Copyright by Dry goods reporter co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. §2146, Aug. 14; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Christian endeayor world, y. 13, no. 52. 
Sept. 28, 1899. 44 

Copyright by Golden rule co., Bos- 
ton. 1899. no. 858, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 25, 1899. 

Christian herald, v. 22, no. 39. Sept. 27, 

1899. 45 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 

York. 1898, no. 75012, Dee. 22; 2 copies 

rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Christian science sentinel. May 25, 1899. 

v. 1, no. 39. 46 

Copyright by Mary Baker G. Eddy, 

Concord, N. H. 1899, no. 35335; May 

26; 2 copies rec'd May 26, 1899. 

June 1, 1899. v. 1, no. 40. 47 

Copyright by Mary Baker G. Eddy, 
Concord, N. H. 1899; no. 37251, June 5 ; 
2 copies rec'd June 5, 1899. 



Titles — Continued . 

Christian science sentinel. Aug. 31, 1899. 

v. l,no. 53. 48 

Copyright by Mary Baker G. Eddy. 

Concord, N. H. 1899, no. 56838, Sept. 

5; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 5, 1899. 

Collier's weekly. Sept. 23, 1899. y. 23, 
no. 25. 49 

Copyright by Peter Fenelon Collier, 
New York. 1899, no. 25718, April 12: 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Commercial and financial chronicle, v. 

69, no. 1787. Sept. 23, 1899. 50 

Copyright by William B. Dana co., 

New York. 1899, no. 42098, June 28; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

y. 69, no. 1788. Sept. 30, 1899. 51 

Copyright by William B. Dana co., 
New York. 1899, no. 42099, June 28; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Criterion. Sept. 30, 1899. 52 

Copyright by Criterion pub. co.. 
New York. 1899, no. 59524, Sept, 16; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Cycling gazette and motor vehicle re- 
View, v. 8, no. 18. Sept. 28, 1899. 53 
Copyright by Envil Grossman & bro., 
Cleveland. 1899, no. 41638, June 26; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Demorest's family magazine. Aug., 1899. 

v. 35, no. 9. 54 

Copyright by Judge co., New York. 

1899, no. 55541, Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

July 21,1899. 

Sept., 1899. v. 35, no. 10. 55 

Copyright by Judge co., New York. 
1899, no/55542,'Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 23, 1899. 

October, 1899. v. 35, no. 1 ! . 56 

Copyright by Judge co., New York. 
1899, no. 55543^ Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 28, 1899. 

Designer. Oct. 1899. v. 10, no. 6. 57 

Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1899, no. 57037, Sept, 6 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 6, 1899. 

Dry goods economist, no. 2879. Sept. 23. 

1899. 58 

Copyright by Textile publishing co.. 

New York. 1899, no. 42208, June 28; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

no. 2880. Sept. 30, 1899. 59 

Copyright by Textile publishing co.. 
New York. 1899, no. 42209, June 28; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 



37 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Drv goods guide, v. 4, no. 1. Sept., 
1899. 60 

Copyright by Black pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 58719, Sept. 13; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 

Electrical engineering and telephone 
magazine. Sept., 1899. v. 14, no. 96. 

61 
Copyright by Electrical engineering- 
pub, co., Chicago. 1899, no. 59771, Sept. 
18; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 



Sept. 27, 1899. 



v.35, 
62 



Electrical review, 
no. 13. 

Copyright by Electrical review pub. 
co., New York. 1899. no. 44801, July 10 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Electrical world and engineer. Sept. 30, 

1899. v. 34, no. 14. 63 

Copyright by Electrical world and 

engineer, New York. 1899, no. 42461, 

June 29; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Elite styles, v. 3, no. 11. Nov., 1899. 

64 
Copyright by Elite styles co., New 



York. 1898, no. 76110, Dec. 
rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 



U ; J copies 



Engineering record, building record, and 
the sanitary engineer. Sept. 23, 1899. 
v. 40, no. 17. 65 

Copyright by Engineering record, 
New York. 1898, no. 71223, Dec. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Sept. 30, 1899. v. 40, no. 1 8. 66 

Copyright bv Engineering record, 
New York 1898, no. 71244, Dec. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Engineers' list. v. 8, no. 9. Sept., 1899. 

67 
Copyright by Geo. I. .Roberts & bros., 
New York. 1899, no. 59207, Sept. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 

Everybody's magazine, v. 1, no. 2. Oct., 

1899. 68 

Copyright by North American co., 

New York. 

copies rec'd Septi 13, 1899. 

Everywhere. Sept., 1899. v. 6, no. 1. 69 
Copyright by Will Carleton, Brook- 
lyn. 1899, no. 57833, Sept. 9; 2 copies ! 
rec'd Sept. 9. 1899. 

Examiner, v. 77, no. 39. Sept, 28, 1899. 

70 
Copyright by Examiner co.. New 
York. 1899, no. 2612, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 



Earin and home. Western ed. Oct. 1, 
1899, v. 20, no. 392. 71 

Copyright by Phelps pub. co., Spring- 
field, Mass. 1898, no. 76482, Dec 28; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Farm and ranch. Sept. 23, 1899. v. 18, 

no. 38. 72 

Copyright by Texas farm and ranch 

pub. co., Dallas, Tex. 1899, no. 54314, 

Aug. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Farm implement news. Sept. 28, 1899. 

v. 20, no. 39. 73 

Copyright by Farm implement news 

co., Chicago. 1899, no. 56519, Sept. 2; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Forum (The). Oct., 1899. v. 28, no. 2. 

74 
Copyright by The Forum pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 74381, Dec. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 26, 1899. 

Frank Leslie's popular monthly, v. 48, 

no. 6. Oct., 1899. 75 

Copyright by Frank Leslie pub. 

house, New York. 1899, no. 57422, Sept. 

8; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

"Free man." Oct., 1899. v. 3, no. 10. 

76 
Copyright by C. W. Close, Bangor, 
Me. ^1899, no. 255, Jan. 3, 1899; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Golden hours. Sept. 30, 1899. v. 24, no. 

609. 77 

Copyright by Norman L. Munro, New 

York. 1899, no. 59302, Sept. 15 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

Gourick's Washington digest. July-Au- 
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Copyright by Gourick's digest co., 
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Sept. 2; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 
Half-hour. Oct., 1899. v. 3, no. 1. 79 
Copyright by George Munro's sons. 
New York. 1899, no. 58991, Sept, 1-1: 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 
Happy davs. Oct. 14. 1899. v. 10, no. 261 . 

80 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 

York. ' 1899, no." 58293. Sept. 1 1 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Sept, 28. 1899. 

] larper's bazar. \ . 32. no. 39. 81 

Copyright by Harper & brothers, 

New York. 1899. no. 11262. June 21; 

2 copies rec'd Sept. 26. 1899. 

Harper's new- monthly magazine. Oct.. 

1899. v. W. 82 

Copyright by Harper & brol 
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Harper's weekly, v. 43, no. 2232. 83 

Copyright by Harper & brothers, 
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2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Home and farm. v. 25, no. 19. Oct. 1, 

1899. . 84 

Copyright b} r Home and farm pub. 

co., Louisville. 1899, no. 595, Jan. 3; 

2 copies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Home comfort, Sept., 1899. 85 

Copyright by Wm. F. Rupert, New- 
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rec'd Sept. 26, 1899. 

Horseman, v. 19, no. 39. Sept. 26, 1899. 

86 
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newspaper co., Chicago. 1899, no. 2808, 
Jan. 5 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Household. October, 1899. v. 33, no 10. 

87 
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rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

How to grow flowers. Oct., 1899. 88 

Copyright by Ella V. Banes, Spring- 
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rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Illustrated Buffalo express. Sunday, 

Sept. 24, 1899. ,89 

Copyright bv Geo. E. Matthews & co., 

Buffalo. 1899," no. 3052, Jan. 6 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Illustrated police news. Sept. 30, 1899. 

v. 66, no. 1719. 90 

Copyright by Alden publishing co., 

Boston. 18S9* no, 45495, July 12; 2 

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Illustrated youth and age. Sept. 15, 

1899. v. 10, no. 7. 91 

Copyright by Youth & age pub. co., 

Nashville, Teun. 1899, no. 59917, Sept. 

18; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 

Insurance critic. Sept. 1899. v. 27, no. 9. 

92 
Copyright by George W. Corliss, New 
York. 1899, no. 8575,' Jan. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

International magazine. Oct., 1899. v. 
7, no. 4. 93 

Copyright by A. T. H. Brower, Chi- 
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no. 8. 94 

Copyright by The jewelers' circular 

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Sept. 2; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 



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no. 2. Whole no. 736. 96 

Copyright by Trades weekly co., 

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Journal of the American medical assoc. 

Sept, 23, 1899. y. 33, no. 13. 97 

Copyright by American medical 

assoc, Chicago. 1899, no. 56510, Sept. 

2; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Judge, v. 36, do. 937. Sept. 30, 1899. 98 
Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1899, do. 24877, Apr. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept, 25, 1899. 

Oct, 7, 1899. v. 37, no. 938. 99 

Copyright by Judge co.. New York. 
1899, no. 55514, Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Sept. 30, 1899. 

Judge's library, no. 127. Oct., 1899. 

100 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 

York. " 1899, no*. 26254, Apr. 14 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Junior baptist union. Oct. 1, 1899. 101 

Copyright by Baptist young people's 

union of America, Chicago. 1899, no. 

39246, June 14; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 27, 

1899. 

Keith's home-builder 

no. 4. 

Copyright by Walter J. Keith, Min- 
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28; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 
Ladies' home journal, v. 16, no. 11. Oct., 
1899. 103 

Copyright by Curtis pub. co., Phila- 
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104 

Copyright bv S. H. Moore & co., New 

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rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

League director. July, 1899. v. 5, no. 7. 

105 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 

New York. 1898, no. 71703, Dec. 9; 2 

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Leslie's weekly. Sept, 30, 1899. v. 89, 

no. 2299. 106 

Copyright by Judge co., New York. 

1899, no. 55527, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Sept. 30, 1899. 



Oct., 1899. 



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Titles— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Life. Sept. 28, 1899. v. 34, no. 879. 107 
Copyright by Life pub. eo.. New 
York. 1899, no/22037. Mar. 27; 2 copies 
reed Sept. 26, 1899. 

Life insurance courant. Aug. 3, 1899. 

v. 5, no. 1. 108 

Copyright by A. J. Flitcraft, Oak 

Park, 111. 1899, no. 50306, Aug. 4; 2 

copies ree'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Literature. Sept. 29, 1899. no. 38. 109 
Copyright by Harper & brothers, 
New York. 1899, no. 41274, June 24; 2 
copies ree'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Locomotive engineering. Oct., 1899. v. 

12, no. 10. 110 

Copyright by Angus Sinclair, East 

Orange, N.J. "1899, no. 52620, Aug. 16; 

2 copies ree'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

McCall's magazine. Nov., 1899. v. 27, 

no. 3. Ill 

Copyright by McCall co., New York. 

1898, no. 67525, Nov. 18; 2 copies ree'd 
Sept. 26, 1899. 

Mail order journal, v. 2, no. 10. Sept. 
15, 1899. 112 

Copyright by Louis Guenther, Chi- 
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Marine review. Sept. 28, 1899. v. 20, no. 

14. 113 

Copyright by The Marine review 

pub. eo., Cleveland. 1899, no. 59770, 

Sept. 18; 2 copies ree'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Mechanic arts magazine, v. 4, no. 9. 

Oct., 1899. 114 

Copyright by Collierv engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 1899, no. 59455, Sept. 16 ; 

2 copies ree'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Medical news. v. 75, no. 14. Sept. 30, 

1899. 115 
Copyright by Lea bros. & co., New 

York. 1899, no, 2744, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
ree'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Medical record, v. 56, no. 14. Sept. 30, 

1899. 116 

Copyright by William Wood & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 40304, June 19; 2 

copies ree'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Medical review of reviews. Sept. 25, 1899. 
v. 5, no. 9. 117 

Copyright by Medical review of re- 
views,' New York. 1899, no. 51048, Aug. 
8; 2 copies ree'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Mind. Oct., 1899. v. 5, no. 1. 118 

Copyright by The Alliance pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 57511, Sept. 8; 2 
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Molineux's choir library. Sept., 1899. 

v. 2, no. 9. 119 

Copyright by George Molineux, New 

York. 1899, no. 51944, Aug. 12; 2 copies 

ree'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Mothers'-club helper, v. 2, no. 2. Oct., 

1899. 120 

Copyright bv Wood-Allen pub. co., 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 1899, no. 24124, Apr. 

5 ; 2 copies ree'd Sept, 25, 1899. 

Motor vehicle review. Sept. 26, 1899. v. 

1, no. 4. 121 

Copyright by Emil Grossman & bro., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 1899, no. 57527, Sept. 

8; 2 copies ree'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Munsev's magazine. October, 1899. v. 

22, no. 1. 122 

Copyright by Frank A. Munsey, New 

York. 1899, no. 56854, S<*pt. 5 ; 'l copies 

ree'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Musical age. June 29, 1899. y. 26, no. 8. 

123 
Copyright by Harry Edward Freund, 
New York. 1899, no. 33795, May 19; 2 
copies ree'd July 3, 1899. 

Sept. 21, 1899. v. 27, no. 7. 124 

Copyright by Harry Edward Freund, 
New York. 1899, no. 50082, Aug. 3; 2 
copies ree'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Sept. 28, 1899. v. 27, no. 8. 125 

Copyright by Harry Edward Freund, 
New York. 1899, no. 50083, Aug. 3; 2 
copies ree'd Sept. 30, 1899. 



Sept. 23, 1899. v. 
126 



National provisioned 
21, no. 12. 

Copyright by Joseph H. Senner. New 
York. ' 1899, no. 54558, Aug. 26 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Sept. 30, 1899. v. 21, no. 13. 127 

Copyright by Joseph H. Senner. New 
York. ' 1899, no. 5 1562. Aug. 26 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

New England homestead, v. 39. no. 13. 

Sept. 23, 1899. L28 

Copyright by Orange Judd CO., New 

York. 1899. no. 751, Jan. 3; 2 copies 

ree'd Sept. 25. 1899, 

New York family story paper, v. 27. no. 
1358. Oct. 14, 1899. 129 

Copyright by Norman L. Munro, New 
York/ 1899, no. 60738, Sept. 21 j 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Sept, 22. 1899. 

New York herald. Sunday. Sept. 21. L899. 

Whole no. 23043. L30 
Monday. Sept. 25. 1899. Whole no. 

23011. 131 



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Titles — Continued. 



New York herald. Tuesday, Sept. 26, 
1899. Whole no. 23045. 132 

Wednesday, Sept. 27, 1899. Whole 

no. 23046. 133 

Thursday, Sept. 28, 1899. Whole no. 

23047. 134 
Friday, Sept. 29, 1899. Whole no. 

23048. 135 
Saturday, Sept. 30, 1899. Whole no. 

23049. 136 
Copyright hv James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 1899, nos. 54300-54306, Aug. 
25; 2 copies each rec'd Sept. 25 to Oct. 
2, 1899. 



New York journal and advertiser, 
day, Sept. 1, 1899. no. 6133. 

Saturday, Sept. 2, 1899. no. 6134 

Sunday,'Sept. 3, 1899. no. 6135. 

Monday, Sept. 4, 1899. no. 6136. 

Tuesday, Sept. 5, 1899. no. 6137. 

Wednesday, Sept. 6, 1899. no. 

Thursday, Sept. 7, 1899. no. 

Friday, Sept. 8, 1899. no. 6140. 

Saturday, Sept. 9, 1899. no. 6141 

Sunday, Sept. 24, 1899. no. 6156. 

Monday, Sept. 25, 1899. no. 6157, 

Tuesday, Sept. 26, 1899. no. 

Wednesday, Sept. 27, 1899. no. 

Thursday, Sept. 28, 1899. no. 

Friday, Sept. 29, 1899. no. 6161 

Saturday, Sept. 30, 1899. no. 



Fri- 
137 

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139 
140 
141 

6138. 

142 
6139. 

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144 
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146 

147 
6158. 

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6159. 

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6160. 

150 

151 
6162. 

152 

Copyright hy New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, nos. 55457- 
55465, 55480-55486, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
each rec'cl Sept. 1 to 30, 1899. 

New York medical journal, v. 70, no. 13. 
Sept. 23, 1899. 153 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co.. New 
York. 1899, no. 41979, June 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

v. 70, no. 14. Sept, 30, 1899. . 154 

Copyright hv D. Appleton & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 41980, J une 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

New York state granger. Sept. 27, 1899. 

v. 1, no. 8. 155 

Copyright hy Grange pub. co., Avon, 

N. Y. 1899, no! 59295, Sept. 15 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 



New York times. Sunday, Sept. 24, 1899. 

157 

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Tuesday, Sept. 26, 1899. 159 

Wednesday. Sept. 27, 1899. 160 

Thursday, Sept. 28, 1899. 161 

Friday, Sept. 29, 1899. 162 

Saturday, Sept. 30, 1899. 163 

Copyright hy New York times co., 

New York . 1899, nos. 58848-58854, Sept. 

13; 2 copies each rec'd Sept. 25 to Oct. 

2, 1899. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung, New York. 
Sept. 25, 1899. 164 

Sept. 26, 1899. 165 

Sept. 27, 1899. 166 

Sept. 28, 1899. 167 

Sept. 29, 1899. 168 

Sept. 30, 1899. 169 

Copyright hy New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1899, nos. 1468- 
1473, Jan. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Sept. 
25 to 30, 1899. 

Nickel pathfinder, v. l,no.8. Oct., 1899. 

170 
Copyright hy New England railway 
pub. co., Boston. 1899. no. 11888, Feb. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

North american. Sept. 25, 1899. 171 

Sept. 26. 1899. 172 

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Sept. 29, 1899. 175 

Sept. 30, 1899. . 176 

Copyright by North american co., 
Philadelphia, 1899, nos. 45286-45291, 
July 11; 2 copies each rec'd Sept. 25 to 
30, 1899. 

Northeastern reporter. Sept. 22, 1899. v. 
54, no. 12. 177 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 1899, no. 59924. Sept. 18; 2 cop- 
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Northwestern miller. Sept. 13, 1899. v. 

48, no. 11. 178 

Copyright by The miller pub. co., 

Minneapolis, Minn. 1899, no. 58542, 

Sept. 12; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 26, 1899. 

Sept, 20, 1899. v. 48, no. 12. 179 

Copyright by The miller pub. co., 
Minneapolis, Minn. 1899, no. 58543, 
Sept. 12; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 26, 1899. 



New York supplement 
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Sept. 21, 1899. 
156 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 1899, no. 59922, Sept. 18 ; 2 copies 
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Sept. 16, 1899- 
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Northwestern reporter 
v. 79, no. 17. 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn/ 1899, no. 59925, Sept. 18; 2 cop- 
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v. 27, no. 14. Sept. 
181 



Orange Judd farmer 
30, 1899. 

Copyright bv Orange Judd co., New 
York." 1899, no. 648, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Our animal friends. Oct., 1899. v. 27, 
no. 2. 182 

Copyright by Amer. soc. for the pre- 
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1898, no. 70588, Dec. 5; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 30, 1899. 

Our productions. Sept. 23, 1899. v. 6, 

no. 2. 183 

Copyright by American pub. & eng. 

co., New York. 1899, no. 59769, Sept. 

18 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Outlook. Sept. 30, 1899. v. 63, no. 5. 

184 

Copyright by Outlook co., New York. 

1899, i.o. 7083, Jan. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
September 28, 1899. 

Pacific monthly. Sept., 1899. v. 2, no. 5. 

185 

Copyright bv William Bittle Wells, 
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Pacific reporter. Sept. 21, 1899. v. 58, 
no. 6. 186 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 1899, no. 59926, Sept, 18; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Philadelphia inquirer. Friday, Sept, 1, 

1899. v. 141 ; no. 63. 187 

Saturday, Sept. 2, 1899. v. 141 ; no. 64. 

188 
Sunday, Sept. 3, 1899. v. 141, no. 65. 

189 
Monday, Sept. 4, 1899. v. 141, no. 66. 

190 
Tuesday, Sept. 5, 1899. v. 141, no. 67. 

191 

Wednesday, Sept. 6, 1899. v. 141, no. 

68 192 
Thursday, Sept. 7, 1899. v. 141, no. 69. 

193 
Friday, Sept. 8, 1899. v. 141, no. 70. 

194 
Saturday, Sept, 9, 1899. v. 141, no. 71. 

195 
Sunday, Sept. 10, 1899. v. 141, no. 72. 

196 
Monday, Sept, 11, 1899. v. 141, no. 73. 

197 
Tuesday, Sept. 12, 1899. v. 141, no. 74. 

L98 

Wednesday, Sept. 13, 1899. v. 141, 

no. 75. 199 

Thursday, Sept. 14, 1899. v. 141, no. 

76. 200 



Titles — Continued. 

Philadelphia inquirer. Friday, Sept. 15, 
1899. v. 141, no. 77. 201 

Saturday, Sept. 16, 1899. v. 141, no. 

78. 202 

Sunday, Sept. 17, 1899. v. 141, no. 79. 

203 

Monday, Sept. 18, 1899. v. 141, no. 80. 

204 

Tuesday, Sept. 19, 1899. v. 141, no. 81. 

205 

Wednesday, Sept. 20, 1899. v. 141, 

no. 82. 206 

Thursday, Sept, 21, 1899. \^. 141, no. 

83. 207 

Friday, Sept. 22, 1899. v. 141, no. 84. 

208 

Saturday, Sept. 23, 1899. v. 141, no. 

85. 209 

Sunday, Sept. 24, 1899. v. 141, no. 86. 

210 

Monday, Sept. 25, 1899. v. 141, no. 87. 

211 

Tuesday, Sept. 26, 1899. v. 141, no. 88. 

212 

— -Wednesday, Sept. 27, 1899. v. 141, 

no. 89. 213 

Thursday, Sept. 28, 1899. v. 141, no. 

90. 214 

Friday, Sept. 29, 1899. v. 141, no. 91. 

215 

Saturday, Sept. 30, 1899. v. 141, no. 

92. 216 

Copyright by Philadelphia iuquirer 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, nos. 59575- 
59604; 2 copies each rec'd Sept. 1 to 30, 
1899. 



Sept., 
217 



Photographic life. . v. 1, no. 3 
1899. 

Copyright by Photographic life pub 
co., Nepera Park, N. Y. 1899, no. 37 < 96 
June 7 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 26, 1899. 



Photographic times. 



31. Oct., 1899. 
218 



Copyright by Photographic times 
pub. ass'n, New' York. 1899, no. 17615, 
Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Popular science. Oct., 1899. v. 33. no. 

10. 219 

Copyright by Popular science uews, 

New York. 1899, no. 6085. Jan. 16 J 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 26. 1899. 

Print shop. no. 9. Sept. 9, 1899. 220 

Copyright by Hynson press. Now 
Haven, Conn. 1899. no. 58711. Sept. 13; 
2 copies rec'd Sept, L3, 1899. 

Puritan. Oct.. 1899. v. 7. no. 1. 221 

Copyright by Frank A. Munsev. New 
York. ' 1899. no. 56856, Sept. 5 ; L 1 copies 
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Radford review. Sept. 15, 1899. v. 5, no. 

5. 222 

Copyright by Radford review co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 56830, Sept. 5; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Record of Christian work. Oct., 1899. 

223 
Copyright bv Fleming H. Revell co., 
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copies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

Royal arcanum messenger and fireside 

gazette. Sept., 1899. v. 3, no. 11. 221 

Copyright by John H. Bos worth, 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 59933, Sept. 18 ; 

2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

St. Louis republic. Sept. 24, 1899. 225 
Copyright by Publishers, Geo. Knapp 
& co., St. Louis. 1899, no. 16891, July 
19; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 26, 1899. 

Sunday magazine. Sent. 24, 1899. 

226 
Copyright by Publishers, Geo. Knapp 
& co., St. Louis. 1899, no. 46892, July 
19 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 26, 1899. 

School journal, v. 59, no. 11. Sept. 23, 

1899. 227 

Copyright by E. L. Kellogg & co.. 

New York. 1899, no. 15935, Feb. 28; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 
School news and practical educator. 

v. 13, no. 2. Oct., 1899. 228 

Copyright by C. M. Parker, Tavlor- 

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copies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Scientific American. Sept. 30, 1899. 229 
Copyright by Munn & co., New York. 
1899, no. 438, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 
29, 1899. 

supplement. Sept. 30, 1899. 230 I 

Copyright by Munn & co., New York. ! 
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29, 1899. 

Sendbote (Der) des gottlichen herzens | 
Jesu. Juli 1899. Jahrgang 26, no. 7. i 

231 
Copyright by Franciscan fathers, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no, 74061, Dec. 
19; 2 copies rec'd June 28, 1899. 

August, 1899. Jahrgang 26, no. 8. 

232 
Copyright by Franciscan fathers. | 
Cincinnati, Ohio, 1898, no. 74062. Dec. 
19; 2 copies rec'd July 28, 1899. 

September, 1899. Jahrgang 26, no. 9. 

233 ; 
Copyright by Franciscan fathers, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 74063, Dec. 
19; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 



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Sendbote (Der) des gottlichen herzens 
Jesu. Oktober 1899. Jahrgang 26, 
no. 10. 234 

Copyright by Franciscan fathers, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 74064, Dec. 
19; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 
Sonntagsblatt der New-Yorker staats- 
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235 
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zeitung, New York. 1899. no. 1898, Jan. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 



Southeastern reporter. 
v. 33, no. 16. 



Sept. 19, 1899. 
236 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 1899, no. 59927, Sept. 18; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 
I Steno-student. Aug., 1899. no. 2. 237 
Copyright by Kobert. F. Gallagher, 
San Francisco. 1899. no. 48178, July 25; 
2 copies r-c'd July 31, 1899. 
Street & Smith New York weekly. Oct. 
7,1899. v.54. 238 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 18"99, no. 59934, Sept. 18; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 
Success, v. 2, no. 55. Sept. 30, 1899. 239 
Copyright by Success co., New York. 
1898, no. 76059, Dec. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 27, 1899. 
Sun. v. 67. Sunday, Sept. 24, 1899. 240 

Monday, Sept. 25, 1899. 241 

Tuesday, Sept. 26, 1899. 242 

Wednesday, Sept. 27, 1899. 243 

Thursday, Sept. 28, 1899. 244 

Friday, Sept. 29, 1899. 245 

Saturday, Sept. 30, 1899. 246 

Copyright by Sun printing and pub. 
ass'n, New York. 1899, nos. 1141-1147, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Sept. 25 to 
30, 1899. 
Sunday magazine. Sept. 24, 1899. 247 
Copyright by Ervin Wardman, New 
York. 1899, no. 59076, Sept, 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 
Sunday school times. Sept. 30, 1899. v. 
41, no. 39. 248 

Copyright by Johu D. Wattles & co., 
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2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 
Superintendent and foreman. Sept. 26, 
1899. v. 12, no. 11. 249 

Copyright by Joseph Yan Ness, Bos- 
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Copyright by Swan J. Turnblad, 
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Therapeutic gazette, v. 22, no. 9. Sept. 
15,1899. 251 ! 

Copyright by William M. Warren, ! 

Detroit. 1899, no. 59456, Sept. 16; 2 j 
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Town topics, v. 42, no. 13. Sept. 28, 1899. ! 

252 
Copyright by Town topics pub. co., \ 
New York. 1899, no. 4013, Jan. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 
Treasury of religious thought. Oct., 1899. 
y. 17, no. 6. 253 j 

Copyright by E. B. Treat & co., New | 
York. 1899,no.5564, Jan. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Verdict. Oct. 2, 1899. v. 2, no. 16. 254 

Copyright by Verdict pub. co., New 

York. 1899, no. 52615, Aug. 16; 2 copies 

rec'd Sept. 26, 1899. 

Yonng people's weekly, v. 13, no 40. Oct. 

1, 1899. ^55 

Copyright by David C. Cook pub. co., 

Elgin,' 111. 1899, no. 3177, Jan. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Youth's companion. Sept. 28, 1899. v. 73, 
no. 39. 256 

Copyright by Perry Mason & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 8472, Jan. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Weekly florists' review. Sept. 28, 1899. 

v. 4, no. 96. 257 

Copyright by Florists' pub. co., ChL 

cago. " 1899, no. 57524, Sept. 8; 2 copies 

rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Western electrician, v. 25, no. 14. Sept. 

30, 1899. 258 

Copyright by Electrician pub. co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 326, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Western painter, v. 8, no. 8. Sept., 1899. 

259 
Copyright by Charles H. Webb, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 48387, July 26 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

What to eat. Oct. 1899. Book 7, no. 4. 

260 
Copyright by Fierce & Pierce, Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 1899, no. 52833, Aug. 
17 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Wochenblatt der New-Yorker staats-zei- 

tung. Sept. 30, 1899. 261 

Copyright by New-Yorker staats-zei- 

tung, New York. 1899, no. 1951, Jan. 3 ; 

2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Woman's home companion. Oct., 1899. 
no. 10. 262 

Copyright by Mast, Crowell & Kirk- 
patrick. Springfield. Ohio. 1898, no. 
69298, Nov. 28; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 30, 
1899. 

Word and work. Oct., 1899. v. 24, no. 4. 

263 
Copyright by Word and work pub. 
co., St'. Louis, Mo. 1899, no. 58207, Sept. 
11 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 29. 1899. 



IV. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 



(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see 



end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Addio bella Napoli. Ballerinen walzer, 
componirt von Carlo SehwerzeL fur 
klavier. 1 

Copyright by Carlo Sehwerzel, Leip- 
zig. 1899. no. '51348, Aug. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Adieu, Suzon. Romance. Poesie de Al- 
fred de Musset; musique de Amherst 
Webber. London, G. Ricordi & co. 

2 

Copyright by G. Ricordi & c, Mi- 

lano. ' 1899, no. 51606, Aug. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Ainsi chantait grand'mere. Gavotte, 
pour piano, par Edmond Missa. Mi- 
lano, <L Ricordi & c. 

Copyright by G. Ricordi & c, Mi- 
lano. ' 1899, no. 51617, Aug. 11: 2 copies 
rec'd An-. 11. 1899, 

All for the sake of Linnigan. Written 
and composed by Lester Barrett. 
London. I -ram-is. Lay & Hunter. -4 

Copyright by Francis, Lav and Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 50955, Aug.S; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. . . 1899. 



44 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Ame (L'j des roses. Melodie de Edmond 

Missa. Paris, Heugel et cie. 5 

Copyright bv Heugel et cie., Paris. 

1899, no. 51603* Aug. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 11, 1899. 

American rhapsody. For hand, by Fred. 

Luscomb. 6 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 

York. 1899, no. 51271, Aug. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

As pants the hart. Anthem. Music by 

W. T. Wiley. 7 

Copyright by W. T. Wiley, Pasadena, 

Cal. 1899, no. 51507, Aug. 10; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

As the earth bringeth forth her bud. An- 
them for soprano solo, chorus, and or- 
chestra. Composed by A. Herbert 
Brewer. Loudon, Novello & co., ltd. 

8 
Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1899," no. 51627, Aug. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

At midnight in lover's lane. Words and 

music by Floyd M. Hutsel. 9 

Copyright by Floyd M. Hutsel, Sioux 

Citv, Iowa. 1899, no. 41042, June 23; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

At parting. For men's voices. English 
version by F. W. Bancroft; music by 
W. Herrmann : op. 20. 10 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 51747, Aug. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Atlantic march and two-step, by L. Frank 

Miller. [Piano.] 11 

Copyright by Geo. B. Willig & co., 

Baltimore. 1899, no. 51506, Aug. 10: 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Auf wiedersebn. We meet again. Words 
by Frederick E. Weatberly; music by 
Richard Hoffman. 12 

Copyright by Wm. A. Pond & co. ; 
New York. 1899, no. 52041, Aug. 14 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Ave Maria. Avec accompagnement 
d'orgue, par A. Perilhou. Paris, Heu- 
gel et cie. 13 
Copyright by Heugel et cie, Paris. 
1899, no. 51601, Aug. 11; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 11, 1899. 

Battle ship Texas march and two-step, 
by Mattie Sproul Thompson. Arranged 
for band by Emil Iseuinan. 14 

Copyright bv Chas. O. Brokaw, St. 
Joseph, Mo. 1899, no. 50636, Aug. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Beautiful gleanings bring. Words by F. 

L. Eiland; music by J. W. Scuff. 15 

Copyright by F. L. Eiland, Waco, 

Tex. "1899, no. 38729, June 12 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Because she loved him so. Words by 
Howard Wall; music by Samuel H. 
Speck. 16 

Copyright by Weber, Fields, & Strom- 
berg, New York. 1899, no. 11157, Feb. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Bessie. Waltz song and chorus. Words 

and music by Morris Jacoby. 17 

Copyright by Robert C. Ruehl, New 

York. 1899, no. 37336, June 5 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 



Beyond the hills. 
G. W. Oles. 



Words and music by 
18 



Copyright by K. L. Polly and G. W. 
Oles, Canon City, Colo. 1899, no. 
40501, June 20; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 
1899. 

Birds in the forest. For piano, by Ed- 
win J. Decevee: op. 42. 19 
Copyright by J. H. Schroeder, New 
York. 1899, no. 51759. Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Boisterous spirits polka, by Louis Blanc. 
Arranged for piano by W. F. Kretsch- 
mer. 20 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. " 1899, no. 51266, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

j Boriuquena (La). Porto Rican national 
air and dance, by Felix Astol. Ar- 
ranged for orchestra by W. S. Ripley. 

21 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York/ 1899, no" 51283, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Bricks and mortar. Written and com- 
posed by Bennett Scott and C. G. Cotes. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 22 
Copyright bv Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 51975, Aug. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

i Brillante concert-fantaisie. "Ach, wie 
ist's moglich dann." Salonstlick fiir 
rlote, mit klavier, von Wilb. Popp : op. 
455. Offenbach am Main. Johann 
Andre'. 23 

Copyright by Johann Andre, Offen- 
bach am Main. " 1899, no. 51347, Aug. 10 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 



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Titles— Continued. 

Canzonetta aus dem violin- coneert, von 
P. Tschaikowsky : op. 35. Fur violine 
rnit harmonium. Ubertragen von Au- 
gust Reinhard, Hamburg. D. Rahter. 

24 
Copyright by D. Rahter, Hamburg, 
Germany. 1899, no. 51351, Aug. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Cendrillou. Conte de fees, en 4 actes et 6 
tableaux (d'apresPerrault). Poeme de 
Henri Cain; musique de J.Massenet. 
Partition d'orchestre. Paris, Heugel 
et eie. 25 

Fantaisie conte, pour violon et piano, 

arrangement of Ad. Herman, no. 43. 
Soirees du jeune violoniste. 26 

— — Suite de valses sur le conte de fees, de 
J. Massenet. Pour piano, par J. A. An- 
scliutz. 27 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1899, n'os. 51597,' 51601, 51599, Aug. 11; 2 
copies each rec'd Aug. 11, 1889. 

Children's day treasury, no. 9. A collec- 
tion of recitations, etc., with appropri- 
ate music, by E. S. Lorenz. 28 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton. 
1899, no. 25795, Apr. 12; 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 21, 1899. 

Chimes of Faster. Easter service, hy 
I. H. Meredith and Grant Colfax Tullar. 

29 
Copyright by Tullar-Meredith co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 9347, Jan. 30 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 30, 1899. 

Class (The) of ninety-nine. Words by 
W.O.Walker; music by John Griffin. 

30 
Copyright hy John Griffin, Pitts- 
burg. 1899, no. 51410, Aug. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Clorindy; or, The origin of the cake 
walk. By Will Marion. Arranged for 
piano hy F. W. Meacham. 31 

Copyright hy M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 51494, Aug. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Conquest (The). Polka. For piccolo solo 
with piano accompaniment, by J. Law- 
rence Ritchie. 32 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 51267, Aug. 9 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 



Corinthian (The) girl. 
by Paul A. Rubens. 
Prowse & co. 



Words and music 

London, Keith, 

33 



Copyright by Keith, Prowse *.V co., 
London. 1899,' no. 51580, Aug. 8 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 12,1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Dairymaids' valse, for piano, by Edwin 

J.Decevee: op. 42. 34 

Copyright by J. H. Scbroeder, New 

York. 1899, no. 51762, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Dance in the barn. For piano, hy Edwin 

J.Decevee: op. 42. 35 

Copyrigbt hy J. H. Schroeder, New 

YTork. 1899, no. 51763, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Dance of the zephyrs. Schottische- 

caprice for piano, by Robert Cone. 36 

Copyright by Harry Tillman & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 51768, Aug. 11; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Darkies' (The) picnic cake walk. For 

hand, hy Lawrence B. O'Connor. 37 
Arranged for orchestra by C. W. 

Greene. 38 

Copyright hy B. F.Wood music co., 

Boston. 1899, nos. 51057, 51058, Aug. 8 ; 

2 copies each rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

< Day (A) of song and gladness. Aservice 
for children's day, hy Marion West. 
Music by J. E. Trowbridge, Ralph 
Kinder, and others. 39 

Conyright by Henry D. Noyes & co., 
Boston. 1899,no.30828, May 6; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 6, 1899. 

i Day (The) that Dewey lands in New 

York city. Words by Willis Clark; 

music by Maurice Levi. 40 

Copyright bv Rogers Bros, music 

! pub. co., New York. 1899, no. 39450, 
June 15 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

I Dayton evening herald march. Com- 
posed for the piano or organ, bv Henry 
Wirtb. 41 

Copyright by Henry Wirth. Dayton. 
Ohio. 1899, no. 50996, Aug. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

| Dinah from Carolina. Cake walk two- 
step, by R. A. Keiser. Arranged for 
orchestra by L. P. Laurendeau. -li 1 

, Rag time two-step, by R. A. Keiser. 

Arranged for band by L. P. Lauren- 
deau. 43 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 51282, 51284, Aug. 9: 2 
copies eacb rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Dream '(A) divine. Song no. '2 in G. 
Words by Claude Lyttleton: music b\ 
Uartweli-.lones. London. Boosej & 
eo. 1 1 

Copyrigbt by Boosey & CO., London. 
1899, no. 51371, Aug. 10: 2 copies reo'd 
Aug. 10. 1S99. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Drei melodieu fur das pianoforte, von 
Sally Liebling: op. 21. Berlin. Ries 
& Erler. 45 

Copyright by Ries & Erler, Berlin. 
1899, no. 51626,"Aug. 11; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 10, 1899. 

Dreierlei. Flir inannerchore, coraponirt 
von C.Attenhofer: op. 99, no. 2. Par- ! 
titur und stimrnen. Leipzig, Ge- 
briider Hug & co. 16 

Copyright bv Gebriider Hug & co., 
Leipzig. 1899! no. 51342. Aug. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Dusky dudes. Words by Will. A. Hee- 

lan; music by Jean Schwartz. 47 

Copyright by Wm. C. Dunn & co., 

New York. 189M, no. 51751, Aug. 11; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Easter (The) choir, no. 2. A collection 
of Easter anthems, edited by B. C. 
Unseld. 48 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 12198, Feb. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Easter praise. A complete Easter serv- 
ice for the Sunday school, by I. H. 
Meredith and Grant Colfax Tullar. 49 
Copyright by Tullar-Meredith co., 
Chicago. 1899) no. 9316, Jan. 30; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 30, 1899. 

Easter (The) victory. A service of Eas- 
ter praise. Words by Ida Scott Tay- 
lor; music by E. S. Lorenz. 50 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. * 1899, no. 11006, Feb. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 11, 1899, 

Ein Hohenzollern-wort. Marsch der 
"deutscheu marine" gewidinet. Text 
von Hugo Maguhn; musik you L. 
Koppe. Berlin, Julius J iiger. 51 

Copyright by Julius Jiiger, Berlin. 
1899, no. 51340, Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 10, 1899. 

Elegie (E moll). Fur harmonium, kom- 
poniert von Max Laurischkus: op. 2. 
Berlin, Carl Simon. 52 

Copyright by Carl Simon, Berlin, j 
1899, no. 51350, Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 10, 1899. 

Elegie. Pour violon avec accompagne- 
meut de piano, par Joan Manen : op. 25. 
Berlin, N. Simrock. 53 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1899, no. 51339, Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 10, 1899. 



Engelsgriisse in der Heiligeu nacht. 
Angels' greetings on Christmas eve. 
Weihnachtsstiick fiir pianoforte zu 2 
handen, von Otto von Walden: op. 
34. Leipzig. W. Salzer. 54 

Copyright by W. Salzer, Leipzig. 
1899, no. 51355, Aug. 10; 2 conies rec'd 
Aug. 10, 1899. 

Entr'acte-Rigaudon de Xaviere. Par Th. 
Dubois. Petite transcription pour 
piano, par A. Trojelli. Paris, Heugel 
et cie. 55 

Copvright by Heugel et cie., Paris, 
1899, no. ol602, Aug. 11; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 11, 1899. 

Evening (The) bell. Berceuse by Her- 
man Devries; arranged for guitar 
solo by T. P. Trinkaus. 56 

Copyright by M. Witmark ifc sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 51492, Aug. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Fanfare militaire. Marche de concert, by 
J. Ascher; arranged for band by L. P. 
Laurendeau. 57 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
J.899, no. 51275. Aug. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 8, 1899. 

Far away in Kerry. An Irish lament, 
composed by J. P. Callow. Twicken- 
ham, J. P. Callow. 58 
Copyright by J. P. Callow, London. 
1899, no. 51968, Aug. 14; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug! 12, 1899. 

Farewell (A). Written and composed by 
Algernon H. Lindo. London, Will- 
cocks & co., ltd. 59 
Copyright by Willcocks & co., ltd., 
London. 1899,' no. 51128, Aug. 9 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Farmer boys'. March, for piano,by Edwin 

J. Decevee : op. 42. 60 

Copyright by J. H. Schroeder, New 

York. 1899. no. 51760, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Fast mail galop, by Streabbog. Revised 
forpiano by Aug. Durand : op. 91. 61 

Piano, 8 hands. 62 

Copvright by E. Witzmauu & co., 
Memphis. 1899, nos. 50894, 50895, Aug. 
7; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Fifth nocturne. For the piano, by J. Ley- 
bach: op. 52. 63 

Copyright by Thiebes-Stierlin music 
co., St. Louis. 1899, no. 51259, Aug. 9 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 



47 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Copyright by W. 
1899, nos. 51359-51363, 



Titles— Continued. 

Finnische rhapsodic. Finnlandisli rhap- 
sody. Fiir klavier, von I] da Tilike. 
Leipzig-, Breitkopf *fc Hiirtel. 61 

Copyright bv Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 51366, Aug. 10 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Flag (The) we will love for aye. Words 
and music by J. C. Wilson. London, 
Wickins & co. 65 

Copyright by Wickins & co., London. 
1899, no. 50505, Aug. 5; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 5, 1899. 

Florida (A) cracker. Ragtime two-step. 

For band, by Ellis Brooks. 6Q 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 

1899, no. 51272, Aug. 9; 2 copies rec'd 

899. 

Flying squadron galop, by A. Parlow. 
Arranged for piano, 6 hands, by Aug. 
Durand. 67 

Copyright by E. Witzmann &, co., 
Memphis. 1899, no. 50893, Aug. 7; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Forever thine. Song. no. 1 in C, with j 
violin obligato. Words by J. Anthony j 
McDonald; music bj r Valentine j 
Hemery. London, Cary & co. 68 i 

Copyright by Cary & co., London. 
1899, no. 50957, Aug. 8; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 8, 1899. 

Friihlingsbilder. 5 melodiose klavier- 
stiicke, von Carl H. During : op. 186, no. 
1. Wandern im Mai. May wandering. 
Leipzig, W. Salzer. 69 

no. 2. Am bach im erlengrund. The 

stream among the alders. 70 

no. 3. Auf bliikenden aueu. On 

flowery meadows. 71 

no. 4. Maientanz. May dance. 72 

no. 5. Maiennackt. A May evening. 

73 
Salzer, Leipzig. 
Aug. 10; 2 copies 



each rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Fiinf caprieen. Fiir klavier, von Roland 
Revell. Heft 1, no. 1. Leipzig. 

Breitkopf & Hiirtel. 74 

Hei't 2, no. 4. 75 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig, Germany. 1899, nos. 51368, 
51369, Aug. 10; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 
10, 1899. 

Gabriella Brown. Medley march, two- 
step. Arranged for band by L. O. de 
Witt. 76 

Copyright bv Carl Fischer, New 
York. ' 189!), no.' 51280, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Garden of spices. A collection for re- 
vival meetings, church and Sunday 
schools, etc. Composed and edited by 
Flora B. Nelson, Fannie Birdsall, and 
T. H. .Nelson. 77 

Copyright by Thomas II. Nelson, 
Indianapolis. 1899, no. 48793, July 28; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Gathering wild flowers. For piano, by 

Edwin J. Decevee : op. 42. 78 

Copyright by J. H. Schmeder, New 

York. 1899, no! 51765, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Ginger Lou. March song. Words by 
E. P. Moran ; music by Kelso Murdock. 

79 
Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York.' 1899, no. 51938, Aug. 12; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Give Cinda the cake. March and two- 
step, for hand, by Theo. A. Metz. 80 
Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co., ^Svw York. 1899, no. 50513% Aug. 
5; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Glad festal day. An exercise for chil- 
dren's day. Words by Marion Froelich ; 
music by G. Froelich. 81 

Copyright by Asa Hull, New York. 
1899, no. 26702, Apr. 17; 2 copies reed 
Apr. 21, 1899. 

Gladly I go. Words by Mrs. E. Greer 

Floyd; music by F. L. Eilaud. 82 

Copyright by F. L. Eiland, Waco, 

Tex. '1899, no. 38738, June 12; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Gnoinen-marsch. March of the dwarfs, 
von W. Aletter. [Piano.] 83 

Copyright by Bosworth cV: co., Leip- 
zig, Germany. 1899, no. 51793, Aug. 
12; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Go to my love. tlaudeliaii_ song in D 
minor. Words by Fdmund Spenser; 
music by Alice Borton. London. 

Edwin Ashdown, limited. 84 

Copyright by Edwin Ashdown. Lon- 
don. 'l899.no.' 46562, July 18: 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 8. 1899. 

God's eternal day. Words and music by 

Maggie Ford Mc Daniel. 85 

Copyright by Maggie Ford MoDaniel, 

Miltonva'le. [vans. ' 1S99. no. 1 1781. Feb. 

23; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 10. 1899. 

Gondoliera. Venizia e Napoli. For the 
piano, by F. Liszt. Edited. and lingered 
by Maurits Leefson. 86 

Copyright by Theodore Fresser. Phil- 
adelphia.' 1899. no. 50896, Ang. 7: 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7. 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Gone like that. Written by Chas. H. 
Taylor; composed by Ernest Shaud. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 87 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 51973, Aug. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Gracieuse. Gavotte, par Ernest Gillet. 
Arrangement pour instruments a cor- 
des. Milan o, G. Eicordi & c. 88 

Copyright by G. Eicordi & c, Mi- 
lano. ' 1899, no! 51619, Aug. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Grateful praise. Lesson hymn. Words 
by E. E. Hewitt; music by Wm. J. 
Kirkpatrick. 89 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia. * 1899, no. 50902, Aug. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Guntram. In drei aufziigen. Dichtung 
und musik von Eichard Strauss: op. 
25. Vollstandiger klavier auszug zu 2 
him den, mit text ; uebertragen von Otto 
Singer. Munehen. Jos. Aibl verlag. 

90 
Copyright by Jos. Aibl verlag, Mun- 
ehen, Germany. 1899, no. 51327, Aug. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Hamilton's badger boys. Words by E. 
E. Bryant; music by E. O. Kimberley; 
arranged by J. S. Taylor. 91 

Copyright by E. O. Kimberley, Janes- 
ville, Wis. 1899, no. 50561, Aug. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Harbor (The) light. Words by F. F. 
Carpenter; music by Edwin Gardner. 

92 
Copyright by John J. Hood, Philadel- 
phia. 1899, no. 50837, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Hay ride (The). For piano, by Edwin J. 
Decevee : op. 42. 93 

Copyright by J. H. Schroeder. New 
York. ' 1899, no. 51764, Aug. 11 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Heart's (The) plaint. Aria for voice and 
piano. Words by Motherwell; music 
by Henry S. Perkins. London, No- 

vello & co., limited. 94 

Copyright by Henry S. Perkins, Eng- 
land. 1899, no. 51132, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Heil und sieg. Marsch fiir pianoforte, 
componirt von Franz Friede: op. 24. 
Leipzig, Otto Forberg. 95 

Copyright by Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
1899, no. 51343, Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 10. 1899. 



Heimat (Die). Gedicht von G. L. Krebs. 
Fiir miinnerchor. Komponirt von K. 
Eschmann: op. 8. Offenbach am 

Main, Johann Andre. 96 

Copyright by Johann Andre, Offen- 
bach am Main. ' 1899, no. 51345, Aug. 10; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Herz (Das) am Ehein. By Will. Hill. 
Arranged by William F. Kretschmer for 
orchestra. Solo for cello, cornet, trom- 
bone, or baritone. 97 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no' 51263, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Hese (Die). "Wo ich geh', wo ich 
steh'." Gedicht von Jos. Hnggenber- 
ger. Fiir rniinnerehore. Componirt 
von C. Attenhofer: op. 99, no. 1. 
Leipzig, Gebriider Hug & co. 98 

Copyright bv Gebriider Hug & co., 
Leipzig. 1899', no. 51341, Aug. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Home from Manila. March and two-step, 

by Metta E. Streeter. [Piano.] 99 

Copyright bv Metta E. Streeter, 

Springfield, Mass. 1899, no. 50994, Aug. 

8 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Hull's quarterly programmes for Sunday 

schools. Glad harvest-tide. 100 

Copyright by Asa Hull, New York. 

1899, no. 54160, Aug. 25; 2 copies rec'd 

Sept. 1, 1899. 

Hymn (A) of hope. Words by J. P. Cal- 
low; music bv Newman Downs. 
Twickenham, J. P. Callow. 101 

Copyright by J. P. Callow, London. 
1899, no. 51969.' Aug. 14; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 12, 1899. 

Hymn of the world, no. 1 in D. Writ- 
ten by Edward Teschemacher; com- 
posed bv Frederick Rosse. London, 
Willcocks & co., limited. 102 

Copyright by Willcocks & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, no. 51129, Aug. 9 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

I can't forget how dearly I have loved 
her. Words by W. Murdoch Lind; 
music by Leo E. Berliner. 103 

Copyright by Leo E. Berliner, New 
York. 1899, no. 50559, Aug. 5 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

I don't understand rag time. Words and 
music by Irving Jones; arranged by 
W. H. Tyers. 104 

Copyright by Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 45510, July 12; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

I have found a friend so true. Words 
by Edwin V. Adams ; music by J. Wes- 
ley Hughes. 105 
Copyright by John J. Hood, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 50638, Aug. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

I will love you to the last. Words and 

music by Johnnie Carroll. 106 

Copyright bv Jos. W. Stern & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 45920, July 14; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

If you will. Words and music by G. H. 

Karusey. 107 

Copyright bv Eiland & Ramsey, U. 

S. 1899, do. 38745, June 12; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. ■ 

I'll drink to the boys in blue. Words by 
P. G. Piatti; music bv J. M. Detgen. 

108 

Copyright by Peter G. Piatti and 

John M. Detgen, New York. 1899, no. 

38409, June 10; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 

1899. 

I'm cert'ny a prominent coon. Words 

and music by Smith <fc Bowman. 109 

Copyright by Arthur W. Tarns, New 

York. 1899, no. 51005, Aug. 8; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

In every place incense shall be offered 
up. Anthem by John E. West. Lon- 
don, Novello &'co., ltd. 110 
Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, no. 51133, Aug. 9; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

In sunny June. A flower service. Words 
by Jessie Brown Pounds; music by E. 
S. Lorenz. Ill 

Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 25781, Apr. 12; 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 21,1899. 

In the hammock. For piano, bv Edwin 
J. Decevee: op. 42. 112 

Copyright by J. H. Schroeder, New 
York/ 1899, no. 51766, Aug. 11; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

In the moonlight. For men's voices. 
English version by F. W. Bancroft; 
music by Johannes Pache : op. 34, no. 2. 

113 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 51745, Aug. 11; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Industrial exposition wait/, by Nora 

Berkery. [Piano.] 114 

Copyright by Nora Berkery, New 

Orleans. 1899, no. 50783, Aug. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

6680— Vol. 21, No. 1 4 



Titles — Continued. 

It is the hour. Part song. Words by 
Lord Byron; music by Charles H. 
Fogg. London, Novello & co., ltd. 

115 
Copyright bv Novello & co., ltd., 
Londou. 1899, no. 51628, Aug. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

I've got chicken on the brain. Words 
by Elmer Bowman; music by Al. 
Johns ; arranged by W. H. Tyers. 116 
Copyright by Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 42228, June 28; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Jack (The) pot. Words and music by 

M. F. Carey. 117 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 51059, Aug. 8; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Jasmine. Morceau caracteristique, for 
. orchestra, by William F. Kretschmer: 

op. 102. 118 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 

York. 1899, no.^51269, Aug. 9 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Kadenzen zu W. A. Mozart's klavier- 
konzert, no. 20 (D moll, werk 466) ; von 
Moritz Zweigelt. Zum ersten siitze. 
Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. 119 

Zum letzten siitze. 120 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1899, nos. 51364, 51365, Aug. 
10; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Katie Kelly. Comic song, by Clarence 

Chrisman. 121 

Copyright by Clarence Chrisman. 

St. Louis. 1899, no. 40853, June 22; 2 

copies rec'cl Aug. 8, 1899. 

Kentucky (The) club. March and two- 
step, by Arthur Pry or. [Piano.] 122 
Copyright bv Chas. O. Brokaw, St. 
Joseph, Mo. 1899,no.51003, Aug. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 18^)9. 

Kleptomania schottische. Arranged for 

band by Carl Engel. 123 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 

York. 1899, no. 51279, Aug. 9 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Klondike gold. March and two-step, by 

A. A. Stoll. Arranged for 2 mandolins 

and guitar by E. A. Storman. 121 

Copyright by Jos. Plachl & son, St, 

Louis,' Mo. 1899, no. 51001, Aug. 8: 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 8. 1899. 

Kolander's time instructor tor mandolin. 

guitar, banjo, or violin, 125 

Copyright by Max Kolander, San 

Francisco. 18**9, no. 19886. Aug. 2; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. -1, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Lad (The) with the honnet of blue. 
Song. no. 1 in D. Words by Alice C. 
MacDonald ; music by Colin McAlpin. 
London, Cary & co. 126 

Copvright by Cary & co., London. 
1899, no. 50958, Aug. 8; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 8, 1899. 

Lambeth (The) walk. Written and com- 
posed by E. W. Eogers. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 127 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899. no. 51974, Aug. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Last (The) 'bus home at night. Written 
by Harry Boden; con^osed by Henry 
E. Pether. London, Francis, Day & 
Hunter. 128 

Copyright by Frauds, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 51976, Aug. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Latest (The) chap on earth. Written 
and composed by E. W. Eogers. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 129 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 50951, Aug. 8 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Leila. Coon song. Words and music by 
Paul A. Rubens. London, Keith, 

Prowse <fc co. 130 

Copyright by Keith, Prowse & co., 
London. 1899, no. 51577, Aug. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Little (The) bit of red. Written by C. 
G. Cotes; composed by Bennett Scott. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 131 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 51971, Aug. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12. 1899. 

Little black me. Song and refrain, by 

Thuriaud Chattaway. 132 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland &. 

co., New York. 1899, no. 51936, Aug. 12; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Looking for a job. Written and com- 
posed by P. Sweeney and Lester Bar- 
rett. London, Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter. 133 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 50953, Aug. 8; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Lord, how long? Anthem for bass solo 
and chorus, by R. Mandeville Cadman. 

134 
Copyright by Charles S. Elliot & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 18077, Mar. 10; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Louisiana rag two-step. Mandolin solo 
by Theo. H. Northrop. 135 

Copyright by Thompson music co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 50192, Aug. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

! Love and life. " What would Jesus do?" 
Words and music by Maurice Child. 
London, Joseph Williams. 136 

Copyright by Joseph Williams, Lon- 
don. '1899, no. 50509, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Lullaby. Words by Sybil Amherst; mu- 
sic by Amherst Webber. London, G. 
Ricordi & co. 137 

Copyright by G. Ricordi & c, Mi- 
lano. 1899, no. 51614, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899, 

Ma baby Hannah. Words by Jas. O'Dea ; 
music by J. Raymond Hubbell. 138 

Copyright by Chas. K. Harris, Mil- 
waukee. 1899", no. 35500, May 27; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Magnificat. Anthem by Louis S. Joy. 

139 
Copyright by Charles S. Elliot & 
co., New York. 1 899, no. 18262, Mar. 10 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Marche militaire. Coucertparaphrase for 
piano, by Schubert-Tausig: op. 51. 
no. 1. Revised and lingered by Heinrich 
Germer. 140 

Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co., New Y r ork*. 1899, no. 51794, Aug. 
12; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Marigold time. Song no. 3 in E flat. 
Words by Clifton Bingham; music by 
Charles Deacon. London, J. B. Cra- 
mer & co., ltd. 141 
Copyright by J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. 1899, no. 50959, Aug. 8; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Mary was a housemaid. Quick march 
from Tanner's review "Potpourri." 
Mu»ic by N. Lambelet. For fife and 
drum corps. London, Boosey & co. 

142 
Copyright by Boosey & co., London. 
1899, no. 50722, Aug. 7 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 7, 1899. 

Meadow dance. For piano, by Edwin J. 

Decevee: op. 42. 143 

Copyright by J. H . Schroeder. New 

York . 1899, no. 51761, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

I Melodious studies for the violin, with 
piano accompaniment, by Charles 
Dancla : op. 123. Suite 1. Revised and 

I fingered by Gustave Saenger. 144 



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'Titles — Continued. 

Melodious studies for the violin, with 
piano accompaniment, by Charles 
Dancla : op. 123. Suite 2. 145 

Suite 3. 146 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, nos. 51264, 51265, 51285, 
Aug. 9; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Merry (The) harvesters. For piano, by 

Edwin J. Decevee : op. 42. 147 

Copyright by J. H. Schroeder, New 

York/ 1899, no. 51758, Aug. 11; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Mes chers souvenirs. Par Ernest Gil- 
let. Arrangement pour instruments a 
cordes. Milano, G. Ricordi & c. 148 
Copyright by G. Ricordi & c, Milano. 
1899, uo. 51618, Aug. 11; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 11,1899. 

Missouri school song, by George W. Hall. 

Harmonized by Stella E. Haas. 149 

Copyright bv George W. Hall, King 

City, Mo. 

copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Morristown school march, by Robert W. 

Atkinson, for piano. 150 

Copyright by Morristown school, 

Morristown, N. J . 1899, no. 51185, Aug. 

9; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Musical design and musical form. no. 1. 
A method of instruction in music, by 
E. L. Reeve Mack. 151 

Copyright by E. L. Reeve Mack, Los 
Angeles. 1899, no. 49333, July 31; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Musical (The) writing book. A collection 
of practical exercises, by H. G. Tiepke. 

152 
Copyright by Win. A. Pond & co., 
New York. 1*99, no. 55997, Aug. 31 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

My Alabama Lize. A coon love song, by 

Wise and Perrin. 153 

Copyright by Wise and Perrin, New 

York. * 1899, no. 33237, May 17 : 2 copies 

rec'd May 18, 1899. 

My beautiful Annabel. Words and mu- 
sic by Harry Haley. 154 
Copyright bv Carl Hoffman, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 50993, Aug. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

My fancy's queen. Words by Martin 
Pcerson ; music by Amherst Webber. 
Loudon, G. Ricordi & co. 155 

Copyright by G. Ricordi & e., 
Milano. 1899, no. 51615, Aug. 11:2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

My gal, Viola. Words and music by 
Joseph Hart. 156 

Copyright bv Weber, Fields & Strom- 
berg, New York. 1899, no. 34190, May 
22 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

My girl. Song and chorus by Paul 

Barnes. 157 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York. 1899, no. 51937, Aug. 12 ; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

My girl. Polka with words. For piano, 

by Tlieo. Moses Tobani : op. 368. 158 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 

York. 1899, no! 54124, Aug. 9 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

My Mississippi gal. Polka. Arranged for 

band by L. O. de Witt. 159 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 

York. 1899, no. 51278, Aug. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

My watermelon boy. Words and music 

by Malcolm Williams. 160 

Copyright by Malcolm Williams, New 

York. 1899, no. 32694, May 15 ; 2 copies 

rec'd May 15,1899. 

Night in the desert. Duet. Words by 
Southy; music by Amherst Webber. 
London, G. Ricordi & co. 161 

Copyright bv G. Ricordi <fc c, 
Milano. 1899, no. 51609, Aug. 11 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

N orma overture, by V. Bellini. Arranged 

for band by L. P. Laurendeau. 162 

Copyright bv Carl Fischer, New 

York. 1X99, no! 51277, Aug. 9; 2 copies 

reed Aug. 8, 1899. 

Now I am a queen. Words and music by 
Paul A. Rubens. London, Keith. 

Prowse &. co. 163 

Copyright by Keith, Prowse & co.. 
London. ~ 1899, no. 51579, Aug. 8; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Now I wants ma pay. Words by Will 

Kilroy; music by Alb. H. Fit/.. 164 

Copyright by P. A. Mills, New York. 

1899, no. 51753. Aug. 11: 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 11, 1899. 

i O du frohliche Weihnachtszeit. Merry 
Christmastide. Fantasia fiir piano- 
forte, zu 2 handen, componirt yon Otto 
von Wahlen: op. 85. Leipzig. W. 
Salzer. 165 

Copyright by w. Salzer, Leipzig. 
1899. no. 51356, Aug. LOj 2 copies reed 
Aug. 10, 1S99. 



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Titles— Continued. 

O happy time, O blissful dream ! For 
men's voices. English version bjr F.W. i 
Bancroft ; music by Franz Hartenstein. ! 

166 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. "1899, no. 51746, Aug. 11 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Odalisque (L'). Turkish march, by 
William F. Kretschmer: op. 90. Ar- 
ranged for band bv L. P. Laurendeau. 

167 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no.' 51276, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Ode to Bacchus. (Couplets Pachiques.) 
French words by H. Jaequet; English 
version by K. H. Elkin; music by C. 
Chaminade. no. 1 in C. 168 

Copyright bv Enoch & sons, London. 
1899, no. 50723, Aug. 7; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 7, 1899. 

On the lake. Barcarole, for piano, by 

Edwin J. Decevee: op. 42. 169 

Copyright by J. H. Schroeder, New 

York. "" 1899, no. 51755, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

On the road. For men's voices. Eng- 
lish words by F. W. Bancroft; music 
by Max Stange : op. 65, no. 1. 170 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 51744, Aug. 11 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Only a dream. Words by Jack Everett 

Fay; music by James H. Oliver. 171 

Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 5 L493, Aug. 10 ; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Only you. Words by Will A. Heelan; 

music by Geo. Hamilton. 172 

Copyright by Jos. W. Stern & co.. 

New York. 1899. no. 45512, July 12; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Our brave boys who died. Words by 
Chas. S. Gerritson; music by Grace 
Parker Gerritson. 173 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 50778, Aug. 7 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Padishah (The). Persian march, for pi- 
ano, by William Loraine. 174 
Copyright by Harry Tillman & co., 
New York. 1899, no/51769, Aug. 11 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Palms (The). Fantaisie brillante, for the 
piano, by J. Leybach : op. 180. Ed- 
ited by E. R. Kroeger. 175 
Copyright by Thiebes & Stierlin 
music co., St. Louis. 1899, no. 51260, 
Aug. 9; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 



Titles — Continued. 

Pan-American march, by Edward D. An- 
derson. [Piano.] ' 176 
Copyright bv Edward D. Anderson, 
Washington. "1899, no. 439L2, July 6; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Papa (Le) de Francine. Valse des cam- 
brioleurs, parL. Varney. Petite tran- 
scription pour piano, par A. Trojelli. 
Paris, Heugel et cie. 177 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 51600, Aug. 11; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 11, 1899. 

Patriotic song. Words and music by 
Philip H. Goepp. 178 

Copyright by Philip H. Goepp, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 50992, Aug. 8; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Peace. The angel's song from the poem 
of "The light of the world," by Sir 
Edwin Arnold; music by Blanche 
Eryl. London, Noyello & co., ltd. 

179 
Copyright by Jane Josephine Phil- 
lips, London. 1899, no. 50510, Aug. 5; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Petite suite espagnole, pour violon avec 
accompagnement de piano, par Joan 
Manon. no. 1. Kondalia. Berlin, N. 
Simrock. 180 

no. 2. Marina. 181 

no. 3. Ole. 182 

no. 4. Dolora. 183 

no. 5. Seguidillas, en forme de "moto 

perpetuo." 184 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1899, nos. 51331-51335, Aug. 10; 2 copies 
each rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Picture (The) of his sweetheart. Words 

and music by Geo. Davenport. 185 

Copyright bv W. H. Paige & co., 

Terre Haute, In'd . 1899, no. 50995, Aug. 

8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Pilgrim's song. Words translated from 
The Russian of Count A. Tolstoi, by Paul 
England; music by Peter fschaikow- 
sky. London, Willcocks & co., lim- 
ited. 186 
Copyright by Willcocks & co., ltd., 
London. 1*99! no. 51130, Aug. 9; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Plaintes et joies. Troisieme caprice Ca- 
talan pour violon, avec accompagne- 
ment de piano, par Joan Manen : op. 
23. Berlin, N. Simrock. 187 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1899, no. 51337, Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 10, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Poeme de mai. Poosie de Armand Sil- 
vestre; musique de Amherst Webber. 
London, G. Ricordi & co. 188 

Copyright bv G. Ricordi & c, Mi- 
lan o. * 1899. no. 51612, Aug. 11; 2 copies 
reed Aug. 11, 1899. 

Polka de la reine. Caprice for piano, by 
J. Ratt': op. 95. Critically revised and 
fingered by Heinricb Germer. 189 

Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 50511, Aug. 5; 
2 copies ree'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Poster (The) on the wall. Written by 
Alfred J. Morris; composed by George 
Le Brunn. London, Francis, Day & 
Hunter. 190 

Copyright by Fran cis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 51977, Aug. 14; 2 
copies ree'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

'Prentice (The) pillar. A romantic opera 
in 1 act. Words by Guy Eden; music 
by Reginald Somerville. London, 

Novello & co., ltd. 191 

Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, no. 50513, Aug. 5; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Processional march. Composed by A. C. 
Mackenzie. Forviolinoprimo. Lon- 
don, Novello & co., ltd. 192 

For violino secondo. 193 

For viola. 194 

For violoncello. 195 

For basso. 196 

Cooyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, nos. 505 14-50518, Aug. 5 ; 
2 copies each ree'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Promenade. Pour piano, par Edmond 

Missa. Milano, G. Kicordi & c. 197 

Copyright by G. Ricordi & c, Milano. 

1899, no. 51616, Aug. 11; 2 copies ree'd 

Aug. 11, 1899. 

Rag-ma-la. Polka and two-step. Ar- 
ranged for band by L. O. de Witt. 198 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no. 51273, Aug. 9; 2 copies ree'd 
Aug. 8, 1899. 

Righteous (The) man. Music bv A. B. 

Morton. 199 

Copyright bv A. B. Morton, Ingram, 

Pa. 1899, no. '51508, Aug. 10; 2 copies 

ree'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Rippling rivulet. Piece de salon for the 

piano, by .J. Ernest Perring. 200 

Copyright by Wm. A. Fond & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 52012, Aug. 14; 2 

copies ree'd Aug. 10, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Rochester street carnival march, by C. 

Fleming. 201 

Copyright by Mackie co., Rochester, 

N. Y. 1899, no. 51262, Aug. 9; 2 copies 

ree'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Roomatiz. Serio-comic song. Words 

and melody by C. P. Cranch. 202 

Copyright by Wm. A. Pond & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 52043, Aug. 14; 2 

copies ree'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Rose (La). Intermezzo, by Emil Ascher; 
arranged for baud by L. P. Laurendeau. 

203 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no.\51274, Aug. 9; 2 copies ree'd 
Aug. 8, 1899. 

Rounders (The). A vaudeville in three 
acts. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith ; music 
by Ludwig Englander. Selection, In 
Philadelphia. 204 

Object, matrimony. 205 

Same old story, nothing new. 206 

De stories Uncle Remus tells. 207 

Selection, The Rounders' song. 208 

Copyright by Edward Schuberth &, 
co., New York. 1899, nos. 49598-49601, 
49595, Aug. 1; 2 copies each ree'd Aug. 
12, 1899. 

Rounders' (The) march, by Jake Schaefer. 

[Piano] 209 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 

1899, no. 50897, Aug. 7; 2 copies ree'd 

Aug. 7, 1899. 

Rounders' (The) two-step. Music by 
Ludwig Englander. Selection for piano. 

210 
Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 49597, Aug. 1 ; 
2 copies ree'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Sailing o'er the ocean. Words and music 

by G. H. Ramsey. 211 

Copyright by F. L. Eiland, Waco, 

Tex. '1899, no. 38743, June 12 : 2 copies 

ree'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

SchilTer's traum. The mariner's dream. 
Salonstiick fur pianoforte zn 2 handen, 
von Otto von Walden : op. 32. Leip J 
zig, W. Sal/.er. 212 

Copyright by W. Salzer, Leipzig. 
1899. no. 51353, Aug. 10; 2 copies ree'd 
Aug. 10, 1899. 

Sckone kleine lieder, fiir schone kleine 
kinder; arrangirt von Jane Axtes. 

213 
Copyright by Jane Artes, Evansville, 
111. L899, no. 51065, Aug, 8; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 8. 1S99. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Sckwalbe (Der) gruss. The swallow's 
greeting. Salonst iick fiir pianoforte zu 
2 handen, von Otto von Walden : op. 
33. Leipzig, W. Salzer. 214 

Copyright by W. Salzer, Leipzig. 
1899, no. 51354/Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 10, 1899. 

Seeks duette, fiir 2 floten, von Ferd. Biich- 
ner: op. 42. Heft 1. Leipzig, Jul. 
Heinr. Zimmermann. 215 

Heft 2. 216 

Copyright by Jul. Heinr. Zimmer- 
mannrLeipzig. 1899, nos. 51328, 51329, 
Aug. 10; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 11, 
1899. 

Sechs lieder fiir eine singstimnie, mit be- 
gleituug des piano; von Mas Renner: 
op. 3. English words by Paul England, 
no. 1. Her Asra.. The Asra. Leip- 
zig, Aug. Cranz. 217 

no. 2. O blatter, diirre blatter. An 

autumn song. 218 

no. 3. Wiegenlied. A Christmas 

lullaby. 219 

Copyright bv Aug. Cranz, Leipzig. 
1899, nos. 50948-50950, Aug. 8; 2 copies 
each rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Sehnsucht. Nach der Jugendzeit, von 
Heinrich Pfeil: op. 19. Fantasie fiir 
piano solo, von Otto von Walden: op. 
36. Leipzig, W. Salzer. 220 

Copyright by W. Salzer, Leipzig. 
1899, no. 51357/Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 10, 1899. 

Shamrock (The) and Columbia. Words 
by John Trew-Hay; music by Ernest 
Bucalossi. London, Francis, Day & 
Hunter. ' 221 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 51326, Aug. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

She is a belle. Waltz song and chorus. 
Written and composed by Max Rogers. 

222 
Copyright by Rogers bros. music pub. 
co., New York. 1899, no. 39419, June 15; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Sicilienne de Cavalleria rusticana. Par P. 
Mascagni. Petite transcription pour 
piano par A. Trojelli. Paris, Heugel 
et cie. 223 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 



1899, no. 51605, 
Aug. 11, 1899. 



Somewhere, far away. Song in C. Words 
by Harold Boulton ; music by Lionel 
Hume. London, Weekes & co. 225 
Copyright by Weekes & co., London. 
1899, no. 50719", Aug. 7 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 7, 1899. 

Sommeil (Le) deCendrillon. Par Masse- 
net. Petite transcription pour piano 
par A. Trojelli. Paris, Heugel et cie. 

226 
Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 51598, Aug. 11; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 11, 1899. 

Song dances. Yocal suite for female 
voices, witli accompaniment for piano. 
Music by Wilfred Bendall. no. 1. To 
the skylark. Words by James Hogg. 
London, Novello & co./ltd. 227 

no. 2. To a nightingale. Words by 

Barry Cornwall. 228 

no. 3. Twilight. Words aMonymous. 

229 

no. 4. The rain is 

by Barry Cornwall. 

no. 5. Dametus. 

praise of his love.") 
mous. 

no. 6. Song should breathe. 

by Barry Cornwall. 



Aug. 11; 2 copies rec'd 



Sight reading album for the pianoforte, 
v. 2. Compiled by Chas. W. Landon. 

224 
Copyright by Theo. Presser, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 51842, Aug. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 



falling. Words 

230 

("His jigge in 

Words anony- 

231 

Words 

232 

Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 

London. 1899, nos. 51134-51139, Aug. 9 ; 

2 copies each rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Song (The) feast, no. 1. A book of sacred 

songs, by F. L. Eiland and Emmett S. 

Dean. 233 

Copyright by Franklin Lvcurgus 

Eiland, Waco, 'Tex. 1899, no. 26739, 

Apr. 17; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Song of the brook. For piano, bv Edwin 

J.Decevee: op. 42. 234 

Copyright by J. H. Schroeder, New 

York. 1899, no. 51756, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Song (The) of the Magi. Anihem for 

Christmas. Words and music by George 

Gardner. 235 

Copyright by Charles S. Elliot & 

co., New York. ' 1899, no. 18076, Mar. 10; 

2 copies rec'd Nov. 26, 1898. 

Sounds from Italy. Selection of Italian 

airs for orchestra, by William F. 

Kretchmer: op. 106. 236 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 

1899, no. 51268, Aug. 9; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 8, 1899. 

Souvenir de Beethoven. Fantasia for 

band, by Theo. Moses-Tobani : op. 370. 

237 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no. 51270, Aug. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 8, 1899. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Special sacred songs, no. 2. Compiled 
and arranged by Ira D. Saukey, James 
McGranalian, and Geo. C. Stebbins. 

238 
Copyright by Biglow & Main co., 
New York. 1899, no. 49604, Aug. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Spread the gospel. Words and music by 

Woodie W. Smith. 239 

Copyright bv F. L. Eiland, Waco, 

Tex. 1899, no. 38744, June 12; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Spring blossoms. Caprice gavotte for 
orchestra, by G. E. Capone. 240 

Copyright by C. G. Conn & co., New- 
York. 1899, no. 50556, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Spring (A) song. Words and music by 
A. M. R. Dobson. London, Boosey & 
co. 241 

Copyright by Boosey & co., London. 
1899, no. 51373, Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 10, 1899. 

Story (The) of the flowers. Easter serv- 
ice for children's day, by Ida L. Reed 
and Maurice A. Clifton. 242 

Copyright bv Hall-Mack co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 27883, Apr. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1899. 

Strophes d'araour. Quatrieme caprice 
Catalan pour violon, avec accompagne- 
ment de piano ; par Joan ManeYi : op. 24. 
Berlin, N. Simrock. 243 

Copyright bv N. Simrock, Berlin. I 
1899, no. 51338, "Aug. 1U; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 10, 1899. 

Suite pour violon et piano. Concertantes 
avec orehestre, par Joan Manen : op. 
22. Edition pour violon et piano. 
Berlin, N. Simrock. 244 

Copvright bv N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1899, no. 51336, Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 10, 1899. 

Summer (A) girl's frolic. Gavotte for 

piano, by Louie Maurice. 245 

Copyright by How ley, Haviland & 

co., New York. * 1899, no. 51939, Aug. 12, 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Summerland. Children's day service of 
gems, by Geo. C. Hugg, Adam Geibel, 
etc. 246 

Copyright by Geo. C. Hugg, Philadel- 
phia. 1899, no. 27389; Api\ 20; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd May 1, 1899. 

Sweet, sweet love. Words by Charles 
Horwitz; music by Frederick V. 
Bowers. 247 

Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 39732. June 16; 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1899; 1 copy rec'd 
Aug. 5, 1899. 



Tiiles — Coutinued. 

Sylvania schottische, composed by Ru- 

hama Fish. [Piano.] 248 

Copyright by L. J. Fortner, Whites- 

ville, N. Y. 1899, no. 46831, July 19; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Talmud (The). For guitar, by D. Mans- 
field. 249 
Copvright by D. Mansfield, San 
Francisco. 1899, no. 51684, Aug. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Technisches und melodisches. Studien 
in alien lagen u. tonarten fiir violine, 
von Richard Hofmann. Abteilung 1: 
op. 107, heft 1. Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. 
Zimmermann. 250 

Abteilung 1 : op. 107, heft. 2. 251 

Abteilung 2 : op. 108, heft 1. 252 

Abteilung 2 : op. 108, heft. 2. 253 

Copyright by Jul. Heinr. Zimmer- 
mann, Leipzig. 1899, nos. 50519-50522, 
Aug. 5 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

That'll be about all for you. Coon song, 

composed by Ned Wayburn. 254 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York. 1899, no. 11912, Feb. 

10; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Tiphaine. Episode dramatique en deux 
parties. Poeme de Louis Payen; 
deutsche iibertragung von Th. Reh- 
baum; musique de V. Neuville. Vo- 
cal score with French and German 
words. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hiir- 
tel. 255 

Copvright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 51367, Aug. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Topical (The) tipster. Written by 
George Lashwood; music by Fred. 
Lpleibt. London, I^rancis, Day & 
Hunter. 256 

Copvright bv Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 51970. Aug. 14 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Topsy, ma popsy wopsv. Written and 
composed by C. W. Murphy. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & 11 outer. 257 
Copvright bv Francis. Pav & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899. m>. 51972, Aug. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12. 1899. 

Trafalgar square. Written by Chas. 
Deaue; composed by Edward Jough- 
manns. London, Francis, Pav & 

Hunter. 258 

Copyright by Francis. Pay & Hun- 
ter. London. L899, qo. 50956, Aug. 8; - 

copies ree'd Aug. 7. 1S99. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Trinklied. Gedicht von Th. Korner. Fiir 
mannerchor, koniponirt von K. Esch- 
maun : op. 7. Offenbach am Main, 
Johann Andre. 259 

Copyrigbt by Johann Andre, Offen- 
bach am Main. 1899, no. 51344, Aug. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Tum-tum. Words and music by Paul A. 
Rubens. London, Keith, Prowse & 
co. 260 

Copyright bv Keith, Provrse & co., 
London. 1899, no. 51578, Aug. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Twilight (The) hour. Words by A. Val- 
demar; music by Charles H. Fogg. 
London, Boosey & co. 261 

Copyright bv Boosey & co., London. 
1899, no. 51372, Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 10, 1899. 

Tyroler bue und sennerin. Tyrolese 
peasant and shepherdess. Salonstiick 
in duettform, componirt von Ernst 
Simon: op. 389. [Piano.] Leipzig, 
W. Salzer. 262 

Copyright by W. Salzer, Leipzig. 
1899. no. 51358, Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 10, 1899. 

Under the maple tree. For piano, by 

Edwin J. Uecevee: op. 42. 263 

Copyright by J. H. Schroeder, New 

York. 1899, no. 51757, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Unto us a child is born. Words by Julia 
H. Johnston; music by Wm. L Kirk- 
patrick. 264 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 50903, Aug. 7 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7. 1899. 

Up and down the road. Written and 
composed by Geo. Maurice, F. E. Terry, 
and Chas. Deane. London, Francis, 
Day & Hunter. 265 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 50954,' Aug. 8 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Valse, E minor. (Posthumous.) By F. 
Chopin. Critically revised and fingered 
by Heinrich Germer. 266 

Copyright by Edward Schuberth &. 
co., New York. 1899, no. 50512, Aug. 5; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Velma. Words and music bv G. W. Oles. 

267 
Copyright by K. L. Polly and G. W. 
Oles, Canon City, Colo. 1899, no. 40500, 
June 20; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 



musique de Amherst Webber. Lon- 
don, G. Eicordi & co. 268 
Copyright by G. Ricordi&c, Milano, 
1899, no. 51610, Aug. 11; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 11, 1899. 

Yienna swallows' march and two-step, by 
Ludwig Sehlogel: op. 86. Arranged, 
by Harry P. Wilkins. [Piano.] 269 
Copyright by Hugo Worch, Wash- 
ington. 1899, no. 51060, Aug. 8; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Welcome to our boys in blue. Words 

and music by S. Libbie Hoffman. 270 

Copyright by S. Libbie Hoffman, 

Delmont^Pa. r899. no. 51411, Aug. 10; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Wenn die rosen bliilrn. Gedicht von L. 
Diehl. Fiir mannerchor. Komponirt 
von K. Eschmann: op. 9. Offen- 

bach am Main, Johann Andre. 271 

Copyright by Johann Andre', Offen- 
bach am Main. 1899. no. 51346, Aug. 
10 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Wenn die rosen bliih'n. When the roses 
bloom. Salonstiick fiir pianoforte zu 
2 ha'nden, von Otto von Walden : op. 
31. Leipzig. W. Salzer. 272 

Copyright by W. Salzer. Leipzig. 
1899, no. 51352, Aug. 10; 2 copies reed 
Aug. 10, 1899. 

When Alice hits the upright. Music by 
J. B. Herbert. 273 

Copyright by Fillmore Bros., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 51505, Aug. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Why seek ye the living among the dead? 
Easter anthem by W. E. Brown. 274 

Copyright bv Charles S. Elliot & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 18265, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 20, 1899. 

Wonderful day. Service for children's 
day, by Powell G. Fithian. 275 

Copyright bv Geo. C. Hugg, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 27390, Apr. 20 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd May 1, 1899. 
Wonderful message, " Christ is risen." 
Easter service by J. Lincoln Hall. 276 

Copyright bv Hall-Mack co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899,' no. 10168, Feb. 2; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 
You and you. Waltz, from comic opera 
"The Bat," by Job. Strauss: op. 367. 
Arranged for orchestra bv Theo. M. 
Tobani. 277 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no. "54125, Aug. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 8. 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

You can't bully (lis yer nigger. Words 

and music by Geo. E. Stoddard. 278 

Copyright bv Rogers bros. music pub. 

co., New York/ 1899, no. 38479, June 10; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Yours, truly. Words by P. A. McDermott ; 

music by John Griffin. 279 

Copyright bv John Griffin, Pittsburg. 

1899, no. 51409^ Aug. 10 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 10, 1899. 

Zu den Heiligen nackten. Christmas 
time. Fiir klavier, von Adolf Schup- 
pau : op. 23. Leipzig, Breitkopf & 
H artel. 280 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 51370, Aug. 10 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Zukunftstraum. Esp^rance. Melodie 
fiir ilote, mit klavier-begleitung, von 
Ernesto Kohler : op. 79. Leipzig, Jul. 
Heinr. Zimmermanu. 281 

Copyright by Jul. Heinr. Zimmer- 
mann, Leipzig. 1899, no. 51330, Aug. 10; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Zwei lieder fiir mannerchor, komponiert 
von Ueiurich Chevallier : op. 42. no. 2. 
Griisst sie viel tausendmal. Berlin, 
Carl Simon. 282 

Copyright by Carl Simon, Berlin. 
1899, no. 51349, Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 10, 1899. 



V. MAPS AISTD CHARTS. 

For index of proprietors, see end of 



(Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title 

Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Alma, Harlan co.,Nebr. June, 1899. 1 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 47520, 
July 21; 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Auburn, King co., Wash. July, 1899. 2 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 48014, 
Jaly 24; 2 copies rec'd July 24, 1899. 

Baldwin City, Douglass co., Kans. May, 

1899. 3 

Copyright by Sanborn Perris map 

co.. ltd., New York. 1899, no. 47717, 

July 22 ; 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1899. 

Blaine, Whatcom co., Wash. June, 1899. 

4 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 41937, 
July 10; 2 copies rec'd July 24, 1899. 

Blissheld, Lenawee co., Mich. June, 1899. 

5 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 47521, 
July 21; 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Buffalo (New map of the city of). 6 

Copyright by Buffalo electrotype and 
engraving co., Buffalo. 1897, no. 47179, 
Aug. 23; 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Cannon Falls, Goodhue co., Minn. June, 

1899. 7 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 47532, 

July 21 ; 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Central Citv, Merrick co., Nebr. June, 

1899. 8 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 47522, 

July 21; 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Cumberland, Barron co.. Wis. June, 

1899. 9 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd.. New York. 1899, no. 47523, 

July 21; 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Deerfield Lenawee co., Mich. June, 

1899. 10 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 47531, 

July 21; 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Erie, Neosho co., Kans. June, 1899. 11 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 17718. 
July 22; 2 copies rec'd July 22. 1899. 

Grafton, AYorcester co.. Mass. June, 

1899. 12 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd. /New York. 1899. no. 47530, 

July 21; 2 copies rec'd July 21. 1899. 



(Bicycle and driving 
13 



Indianapolis, Ind. 
map of). 

Copyright by Topographical map & 
survey CO., Indianapolis. 1899, no. 
319(51, Mav 11; 2 copies rec'd July 27, 
1899. 



58 



MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



June, 
14 



La Couner. Skagit co., Wash. 
1899. 

Copyright by Sanhorn-Perris map 
co., ltd.. New York. 1899, no. 48013, 
July 24;' 2 copies rec'd July 24, 1899. 

Morenci, Lenawee co., Mich. June, 1899. 

15 
Copyright hy Sanhorn-Perris map 
co.. ltd., New York. 1899, no. 47524, 
July 21; 2 copies rec'd July 21, 18j9. 

Nashville, Washington co., 111. May, 

1899. 16 

Copyright bv Sanhorn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 47719, 

July 22; 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1899. 

Okawville. Washington co., 111. May, 

18b9. 17 

Copyright hy Sanhorn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 47529, 

July 21; 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Ottawa, Franklin co., Kans. 18 

Copyright hy Sanhorn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 47720, 
July 22; 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1899. 

Pender. Thurston co., Nehr. May, 1899. 

19 
Copyright hy Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 47528, 
July 21 ; 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Ponca, Dixon co., Nebr., May, 1899. 20 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 47527, 
July 21 ; 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

St. Croix Falls, Polk co., Wis. June, 

1899. 21 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 47525, 

July 21; 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

St. Paul (Curtice's standard guide map 

of the city of). 1899. 22 

Copyright by D. L. Curtice, St. Paul. 

1899, no. 47051, July 20; 2 copies rec'd 

July 20, 1899. 

Schoolcraft, Kalamazoo co., Mich. May, 

1899. 23 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 47526, 

July 21; 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Williams' map of the city of Bingham- 

ton, N. Y. 24 

Copyright by J. E. Williams, Bing- 

hamton, N. Y. 1899, no. 46856, July 19 ; 

2 copies rec'd July 24, 1899. 



VI. ElSTGKRAVINGrS, CUTS, AISTD PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

America. 1 

Copyright by John A. Lovell & co., 

Boston. 1899, no. 49027. July 28; 2 

copies rec'd July 28, 1899. 

Annisquarn church. 2 

Copyright by Martha H. Harvey, An- 

nisquam, Mass. 1899, no. 49246, July 

29; 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Annisquarn light-house. 3 

Copyright by Martha H. Harvey, An- 
nisquarn, Mass. 1899, no. 49245," July 
29; 2 copies rec'd July 29, 18S9. 
As she came dancing up Windv ghoul. 

4 

Copyright bv Dodge stationery co.. 

New York. 1*99, no." 11079, Feb. 6; 2 

copies rec'd July 20, 1899. 

At Sandy Hook. 5 

Copyright by Judge co., New York. 

1899, no. 59986,' Sept. 18; 2 copies rec'd 

.Sept, 18, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Beautiful water lilies. 6 

Copyright by C. G. Minnich, Chicago. 
1899, no. 6O500, Sept. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 20, 1899. 

Bo-peep. 7 

Copyright by John A. Lovell & co., 
Boston. 1899.' no. 49024, July 28; 2 
copies rec'd July 28, 1899. 

Chief Joseph, Nez Perces. 8 

Copyright by The Arts and crafts 
pub. eo.. Chicago. 1899. no. 4002.">, June 
17; 1 copy rec'd June 5, 1899; 1 copy 
rec'd July' 31, 1899. 

Comrades. 9 

Copyright bv Fred. Lonnsburv, 
Plaiutield, N. J. 1899, no. 49534, July 
31; 2 copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 



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ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Country (A) road. 10 

Copyright by John A. Lovell & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 49029, July 28; 2 
copies rec'd July 28, 1899. 

Daughter (A) of Eve. 11 

Copyright by Dodge pub. co., New 
York. lb99,no. 39049, June 13; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1899. 

Depart du reserveste. 12 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant <fc co., New York. 1899, no. 

47573, July 22; 2 copies rec'd July 22, 

1899. 

Devil's den. 13 

Copyright by Win. H. Tipton, Gettys- 
burg, Pa. 1899, no. 47551, July 21; 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Dewey (Admiral) since the battle of 

Manila. 14 

Copyright by J. C. 0. Readington, 

New York. 1899, no. 59007, Sept. 14; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 14, 1899. 

Fanchon. 15 

Copyright by Wm. P. Ahnelt, New 
York. 1899, no. 47728, July 22; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July. 22, 1899. 

Favorita. 16 

Copyright by Win. P. Ahnelt, New 
York.' 1*99, no. 47726, July 22; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 22, 1899. 

Federal building, Chicago. 17 ! 

Copyright by Chicago photo, eng. ' 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 59793, Sept. 18; 
2 copies reed Sept. 18, 1899. 



Fortunio. 



23 



Fedora. 



18 



Copyright by Wm. P. Ahnelt, New 
York.' 1899, no. 47721, July 22; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 22,1899. 

Filipinos' (The) bugaboo. 19 

Copyright by Judge co., New York. 
1899. no. 47542, July 21; 2 copies rec'd 
July 21, 1899. 

Flora. Frieda. 20 

Copyright by Wm. P. Ahnelt, New 
York. 1899, no. 47723, July 22; 2 copies 
rec'd July 22, 1899. 

Florence. 21 

Copyright by Win. P. Ahnelt, New 
York. 1899. no. 17725, July 22 : 2 copies 
rec'd July 22.1899. 

Formosa. 22 

Copyright by Wm. P. Ahnelt, New 
York. " 1899, no. 17722, J ulv 22; 2 copies 
rec'd July 22, L899. 



Copyright by Wm. P. Ahnelt, New 
York. 1*99, no. 47727, July 22; 2 copies 
rec'd July 22, 1899. 

Frances. Fulda. 24 

Copyright by Wm. P. Ahnelt, New 
York. 1899, no. 47724, July 22; 2 copies 
rec'd July 22, 1899. 

Game (A) of hearts. 25 

Copyright by John A. Lovell & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 49028, July 28 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 28, 1899. 

Garde (La) du drapeau. 26 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant <fc co., New York. 1899, no. 

47574, July 22; 2 copies rec'd July 22, 

1899. 

Geronimo, Apache. 27 

Copyright by The Arts and crafts 

pub. to., Chicago. 1899, no. 40020, 

June 17; 1 copy rec'd June 5, 1899; 1 

copy rec'd July 31, lb99. 

Gi-aum-e-hon-o-me-tah, Kiowa. 28 

Copyright by The Arts and crafts 

pub. co., Chicago. 1899, no. 40023, June 

17; 1 copy rec'd June 5, 1899; 1 copy 

rec'd July 31,1899. 

Gibbet (The). 29 

Copyright by George Barrio & son, 

Philadelphia. 1898, no. 53922, Sept. 15 ; 

1 copy rec'd Sept. 15, 1898 ; 1 copy rec'd 

July 29, 1899. 

Golden (The) jubilee ssengerfest. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, 1899. 30 
Copyright by John M. Lewis & son, 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 43305, July 3; 2 
copies rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Great (The) Democratic show of 1896. 

31 

1900. 32 

Copyright by Judge co.. New York. 
1899. nos. 47540, 4754a July 21 ; 2 copies 
each rec'd July 21,1899. 

33 

New 



"Hello, honey!" 

Copyright bv Dodge pub. co., Ne 
York.' 1899, no. 39052, June L3; 2 co 
ies rec'd July 20, 1899. 

Helping the girls out. 34 

Copyright by Fred. Louusbury, 

Plain field, N. J. 1899, no. 49531, July 

31; 2 copies rec'd July 31, L899. 



Hesitation. 






3c 


Copyright by Podge 


pub. 


eo. 


. New 


York. 1899, no. 39053, 


,1 uue 




2 cop- 


ies rec'd July 20, L899, 









GO 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Long; beach. 



McGraw (John J.) 



47 



High (The) watermark of the rebellion. 

36 | 
Copyright by Win. H. Tipton, Gettys- j 

burg, Pa. 1899, no. 47553, July 21; 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Hot (A) bird and cold bottle for one. ; 

37 I 
Copyright by John A. Loyell & co., 

Boston. 1899. no. 49026, July 28 ; 2 cop- ! 
ies rec'd July 28, 1899. 

"How's dis?" 38 

Copyright by Dodge pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 39050, June 13; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1899. 

I know you think they are blue. 39 

Copyright by Dodge stationery co., I 
New York. 1899, no. 11080, Feb. 6; 2 I 
copies rec'd July 20, 1899. 

In the state of Georgia. 40 

Copyright by Judge co., New York. 
1899, no. 60766, Sept. 21 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 21, 1899. 

Keeler (William H.) 41 

Copyright by National copper plate 
co., Grand Rapids, Mich. 1899, no. j 
48016, July 24; 2 copies rec'd July 24, 
1899. 

Leader of the choir. 42 

Copyrigbt by John A. Lovell & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 49030, July 28; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 28, 1899. 

Ligon's portraiture of gospel preachers. 

43 
Copyrigh fc b v David Sylvester Ligon, 
Krum, Tex. 1899, no. 33042, May 16; 2 
copies rec'd July 24, 1899. 

Little (The) minister. The Barrie cal- 
endar for 1900. 44 
Copyright by Dodge stationery co., 
New York. 1899, no. 11084, Feb. 6; 2 
copies rec'd July 20, 1899. 

Lobster cove. 45 

Copyright by Martha H. Harvey, An- 
nisq uam, Mass. 1899, no. 49244, Julv 29 ; 
2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 



46 



Copyright by Martha H. Harvey, An- 
nis«iuam, Mass. 1899, no. 49242, July 29 ; 
2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 



Copyright by National copper plate 
co., Grand Rapids. Mich. 1899, no. 
48015, July 24; 2 copies rec'd July 24, 
1899. 



Mercy on us ! that's the third time in half 

an hour. 48 

Copyright by Dodge stationery co., 

New York. 1899, no. 11083, Feb. 6; 2 

copies rec'd July 20, 1899. 

More truth than poetry. 49 

Copyright by Judge co., New York. 
1899, no. 59985," Sept. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 18, 1899. 

New Columbia and true dark Stinson 
beet. 50 

Copyright by Frank B. Mills, Rose- 
hill, N. Y. 1899, no. 60608, Sept. 21 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Off for the links. 51 

Copyright by Judge co., New York. 
1899, no 47541, July 21; 2 copies rec'd 
July 21, 1899. 

Old (The) bridge, Annisquam. 52 

Copyright by Martha H. Harvey, An- 
nisquam, Mass. 1899, no. 49243, July 
29; 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Old " Rubber Neck." 53 

Copyright by Nelson mfg. co., New 
York. 18H9, no.' 60548, Sept. 21; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. - 

Olympia. 54 

Copyright by Judge co., New York. 
1899, no. 59987,'Sept. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 18, 1899. 

On the beach at Asbury Park. 55 

Copyright by Fred. Lounsbury, 
Plainlield, N.J. 1899, no. 49533, July 
31; 2 copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

One thing that surprises the political 
bosses is, how did he get so big with- 
out a political pull. 56 
Copyright by Judge co., New York. 
1899, no. 60765, Sept. 21; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 21, 1899. 

Oriental (An). ' 57 

Copyright by John A. Lovell & co., 
Boston . 1899, no. 4 025, J uly 28 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 28,1899. 

Please hate me, if you can not lo-ove me. 

58 
Copyright by Dodge stationery co., 
New York. 1899, no. 11084, Feb." 6; 2 
copies rec'd July 20, 189SJ. 

Quin-cha-ke-cha. Ute. 59 

Copyright by The Arts and crafts 

pub. co., Chicago. 1899, no. 40019, June 

17; 1 copy rec'd June 5, 1899; 1 copy 

rec'd July* 31, 1899. 



61 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Retour du reserviste. 60 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., New York. 1899, no. 

47575, July 22; 2 copies rec'd July 22, 

1899. 

Rouen ducks. 61 

Copyright by W. H. Wagner &. sons, 
Freeport, 111. 1899, no. 60198, Sept. 20 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

Si-we-kah, Pueblo. 62 

Copyright by The Arts and crafts 

pub. co., Chicago. 1899, no. 10022, July 

17; 1 copy reed June 5, 1899; 1 copy 

rec'd July 31,1899. 

Si-you-wee-teh-ze-sah, Zuni. 63 

Copyright by The Arts and crafts 

pub. co., Chicago. 1899, no. 4b026, June 

17; 1 copy rec'd June 5, 1899; 1 copy 

rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Siem-o-nad-o, Mojave. 64 

Copyright by The Arts and crafts 

pub. co., Chicago. 1899, no. 400J 1, June 

17; 1 copy rec'd June 5, 1899; 1 copy 

rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Skeleton (The) of the horse. 65 

Copyright by M. T. Richardson, New- 
York. " 1899, no. 59988, Sept. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 

Soldiers' (The) national cemetery, Get- 
tysburg. 66 
Copyright by Wra. H Tipton, Gettys- 
burg, Pa. 1899, no. 47554, July 21; 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Somebody says at my lug, Who is the 

prettiest lady? 67 

Copyright by Dodge stationery co., 

New York. 1899, no. 11081, Feb. 6; 2 

cojjies rec'd July 20, 1899. 

Southern (A) beauty. • 68 

Copyright by Dodge pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 39051, J une 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd July 20, 1899. 

Statue of Gen. Geo. G. Meade, and Gen. 
Meade's headquarters. 69 

Copyright by Wra. H. Tipton, Gettys- 
burg, Pa. 1899, no. 47550, July 21; 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Summit of Little Round Top, and Warren 
statue. 70 

Copyright by Wm. H. Tipton, Gettys- 
burg, Pa. 1899, no. 47555, July 21; 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Thing (A) well begun is half done. 71 
Copyright by Judge co., New York. 
1899, no. 60763, Sept. 21 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 21, 1899. 

Typical (A) ranchman. 72 

Copyright by Fred. Lounsbury, 
Plainrield, N. J. 1899, no. 49530, July 
31; 2 copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Warmest (The) baby in the bunch, no. 3. 

73 
Copyright by American thresherman, 
Madison, Wis. 1899, no. 60212, Sept. 
19; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 19, 1899. 

Washington (George). 74 

Copyright bv John A. Loyell & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 49031, July 28 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 28, 1899. 

Where Reynolds fell, and statue of Gen. 
John F. Reynolds. 75 

Copyright by Wm. H. Tipton, Gettys- 
burg, Pa. 1899, no. 47552, July 21 ; 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

"Who said chicken?" 76 

Copyright by Dodge pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no"; 39054, June 13; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1899. 

Why he wept. 77 

Copyright by Judge co., New York. 
1899, no. 60764, Sept. 21; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 21, 1899. 

Wiek-ak-te-wah, Moqui. 78 

Copyright by The arts and crafts 

pub. co., Chicago. 1899, no. 40024, June 

17; 1 copy rec'd June 5,1899; 1 copy 

rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Yacht (The) club. 79 

Copyright by Martha H. Harvey, 
Aunisquam, Mass. 1899, no. 19241, ,)u\v 
29; 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 



Young (The) trainer 
Copyright by 



80 

Fred. Lounsbury, 

Plainrield, N.J. 1899, no. 4i»,~>;>L > . July 
31; 2 copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 



62 



VII. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Carter (Mrs. Leslie), fancy dress. 1 

Copyright by Metropolitan job print, 
New York. 1899, no. 47609, July 22; 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Colored fashion plate, nos. 2, 3. 2, 3 

Copyright bv Standard fashion eo., 
New York. 1899, uos. 43319, 43320, July 
3; 2 copies rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Courier, uo. 8516. 4 

Conyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 48674, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Eisenbahn-regimenter, nr. 1 und nr. 2. 

5 
Copyright by The Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. ' 1899. no. 48022, July 24; 2 copies 
rec'd July 24, 1899. 



assauisches feld- 
nr. 27. 6 



Feurnde artillerie, 
artillerie regiment 

Copyright by The Werner co.. Akron, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 48021, July 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd July 24, 1899. 

Figures and lettering, ^-sheet. no. 8559. 

7 
Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 18; i9, no. 44236, July 7; 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Kelly and Ashby. 1-sheet. 8 

3-sheet. 9 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, nos. 47901, 47900, July 24 ; 2 
copies each rec'd July 24, 1899. 

Lanzenfechten kurassier regiment you 

Sendlitz (Magdeburg), nr. 7. 10 

Copyright by The Werner co., Akron, 

Ohio. * 1899, no, 48023, July 24; 2 copies 

rec'd July 24, 1899. 

S.M. Aviso "Wacht" beleuchtet S. M. 
Panzerdecks-kreuzer zweiter klasse 
"Kaiserin Augusta." 11 

Copyright by The Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 48020, July 24; 2 copies 
rec'd July 24, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

S. M. Panzerdecks-kreuzer zweiter klasse 
"Princess Wilhelm " und "Irene" bei 
Dover. 12 

Copyright by The Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 48019, July 24; 2 copies 
rec'd July 24, 1899. 

S. M. Panzerkreuzer " Fiirst Bismarck." 

13 
Copyright by The Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 48017, July 24; 2 copies 
rec'd July 24, 1899. 

S. M. Panzerschiffe erster klasse "Kaiser 
Wilhelm II" und "Kaiser Friedrich 
III." ' 14 

Copyright by The Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 48021, July 24; 2 copies 
rec'd July 24, 1899. 

S. M. Panzerschiffe Yierter klasse "Aegir" 
und S. M. Panzerdecks-kreuzer dritter 
klasse "Getion." 15 

Copyright b v The Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 48018, July 24; 2 copies 
rec'd July 24, 1899. 

Seven portraits. 1 sheet, no. 8533. 16 
Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 39291, June 14 ; 2 
copies rec'd July 24, 1899. 

8-sheet, no. 8526. 17 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 44238, July 7; 2 
copies rec'd July 24, 1899. 

Uebungen mit fesselballon an bord you 

torpedobooten. 18 

Copyright by The Werner co., Akron, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 48025, July 24; 2copies 

rec'd July 24, 1899. 






63 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Abbas Effendi. 1 

Copyright by Howard MacNutt, New 
York. ' 1899. no. 39380, June 15 ; 2 copies 
ree'd July 26, 1899. 

Arrest (The). Mr. Smooth co., New York. 

2 
Copyright by J Hall, New York. 
1899, no. 60515, Sept. 20; 2 copies ree'd 
Sept. 20, 1899. 

Basket (The) maker, no. 1014. 3 

Copyright by A. B. Wilse, Seattle, 
Wash. 1899, no. 60516, Sept. 20 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

Basket (The) maker and canoe toy maker. 
1012. 6£x8£. 4 

Copyright by A. B. Wilse, Seattle, 
Wash.' 1899, no. 60517, Sept. 20 ; 2 cop- 
ies i ee'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

Beauties of Milan cathedral (s. e. corner), 
Milan, Italy, c 7. 5 

Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson, Lin- 
coln, 111. 1899, no. 48701, July 27; 2 
copies ree'd July 27, 1899. 

Becalmed. 6 

Copyright by Wm. B. Davidson, Paw- 
tucket, R. I. 1899, no. 60523, Sept. 20 ; 2 
copies ree'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

"Bevy (A) of beauties. " 7 

Copyright by Woolson spice co.. To- 
ledo, Ohio. 1899, no. 47228, July 21 ; 2 
copies ree'd July 21, 1899. 

Bishareen Arab camp, Assouan, Egypt. 
9733 a, b, and c. 8, 9, 10 

Copyright bvB. Lloyd Singley, Mead- 
ville, Pa. 1899, nos. 41772, 4 1773, 41809, 
June 26; 2 copies each ree'd July 10. 
1899. 

Blackburn (Walter Gerard), no. 1. 11 
Copyright by Walter Blackburn, 
Yonkers, N. Y. 1899, no. 48932, J uly 28 ; 
2 copies ree'd July 28, 1899. 

"By gosh, who'd think it?" 12 

Copyright by John R. Jordan, Brook- 
lyn. 1899, no. 49248, July 29; 2 copies 
ree'd July 29, 1899. 

Campo santo, Genoa, Italy, c 123. 13 
Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson, Lin- 
coln, 111. 1899, no. 48696, July 27; 2 
copies ree'd July 27, 1899. 

Capuchin catacombs, Palermo, Sicily. 
c48. 14 

Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson, Lin- 
coln, 111. 1899, no. 48714, July 27; 2 
copies ree'd July 27, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 



1 Cascade summit on Great northern rail- 
way, no. 443. 15 
Copyright by A. B. Wilse, Seattle, 
Wash.' 1899, no. 48031, July 24; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd July 24,1899. 

f Cascades. 16 

Copyright by A. C. Carpenter, 
Tacoma, Wash. 1899, no. 48679, July 
27 ; 2 copies ree'd July 27, 1899. 

Celeste, no. 10. 17 

Copyright by Anna F. Desmond, Los 

Angeles, Cal. 1899, no. 38836, June 12 ; 

1 copy ree'd June 12, 1899; loopy ree'd 
July 28, 1899. 

Cemetery, Santa Barbara mission. 18 

Copyright by W. W. Higgins, Santa 

Barbara, Cal. 1899, no. 48251, July 25 ; 

2 copies ree'd July 25, 1899. 

Chapel. (Exterior view.) nos. 1 and 2. 

19,20 

Copyright by George Henry Chase, 

Newport, R. I. 1899, nos. 3533, 3534, 

Jan. 7 ; 1 copy each ree'd Dec. 27, 1898; 

1 copy each ree'd July 31, 1899. 

Chinese nurse and her charge, no. 11. 

21 

Copyright by Anna F. Desmond, Los 

Angeles, Cal. 1899, no. 38833, June 12; 

1 copy ree'd June 12, 1899; 1 copy ree'd 

July 28, 1899. 

Chinese (The) quarter in San Francisco. 

no. 12. 22 

Copyright by Anna F. Desmond, Los 

Angeles, Cal. 1899, no. 38834, J une 12; 

1 copy ree'd June 12, 1899; 1 copy ree'd 
July 28,1899. 

Church. 23 

Copyright by A. C. Carpenter, 
Tacoma, Wash. 1899. no. 48681, July 
27; 2 copies reed July 27, 1899. 

Clouds. 24 

Copyright by A. C. Carpenter, Ta- 

coma/Wash. 1899. no. 48675, July 2« : 

2 copies ree'd July 27, 1899. 

Coghlan (Captain) and wife. One of 
Dewey's fighting captains, on the 
" Raleigh." 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1899, no. 19537, July 
31; 2 copies ree'd July 31, 1899. 

Colorado state capitol building. 26 

Copyright by Fred. Park Stevens. 
ColoradoSpriugs, Colo. 1899. no, 16399, 
July 17; 2 copies ree'd July 24, 1899. 



64 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Congealed spray, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
c 119. 27 

Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson, Liu- 
coin, jll. 1899, no. 48709, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Connected. The nuptial ceremony. 9. 

28 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 49544, July 
31; 2 copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Corr(Rev. P. J.) 29 

Copyright by Bernard Krickser, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 60417, Sept. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

" Cristobal Colon." nos. 1 and 2. 30, 31 
Copyright bv A. D. Lacv, Benton Har- 
bor, Mich. 1899, nos. 5826", 5827, Jan. 14; 
1 copy each rec'd Jan. 14, 1899; 1 copy 
each rec'd July 31, 1899. 

"Cristobal Colon," "Oquenclo," "Viz- 
caya." "Maria Teresa," " Fulton." 
nos. i and 2. 32, 33 

Copyright by Charles Andrew Smith, 
Waterv ille, Me. 1899, nos. 39584, 39585, 
June 16; 2 copies each rec'd July 20, 
1899. 

" Curfew (The) tolls the knell of parting 
day." Lake Lucerne, Switzerland. 
C 28. 34 

Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson, Lin- 
coln, 111. 189H, no. 48704, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 
D. 28. 35 

Copyright by Parkinson co., New 
York. 1899, no! 48329, July 26; 2 copies 
rec'd July 26, 1899. 
Dewey (Admiral). 36 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York,' 1889, no. 48148, July 25; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 18^9. 
" Did you say this Avas not a fine cow? " 

37 
Copyright by John R. Jordan, Brook- 
lyn. 1899, no. 49247, July 29; 2 copies 
rec'd July 29, 1899. 
Discussing the war. 38 

Copyright by Eyan D. Evans, Ithaca, 
N.Y. '1898, no. 32748, May 26; 1 copy 
rec'd May 26, 1898; 1 copy rec'd July 
31,1899. 
" Don't tell." 39 

Copyright by Gray litho. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 47231, J uly 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd July 21, 1899. 
Duval (Horace Clark). 40 

Copyright by Rockwood photogra- 
pher co., New York. 1899, no. 47146, 
July 20; 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

"Eccehomo." 09949. 41 

Copyright by Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit. 1899, no. 49550, July 31; 
2 copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

'•Expulsion (The) of Hagar." 09945. 

42 
Copyright by Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit. 1899, no. 49548, July 31; 
2 copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Face (The) upon the barroom floor. 43 
Copyright bv George W. Bond, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no\ 60778, Sept. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept, 21, 1899. 

Falling rocks, temple of Karnak, Thebes, 
Egypt. 9731 a, b. and c. 44, 45, 46 

Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley, Mead- 
ville, Pa, 1899, nos. 41774, 41775, 41808, 
June 26; 2 copies each rec'd July 10, 
1899. 

Falls (The) at Clarendon gorge. 47 

Copyright bv Louis Frederick Breh- 
mer, Rutland, Vt. 1899, no. 47733, July 
22 ; 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1899. 

Famous (The) highway, Axenstrasse and 
Lake Lucerne, Fluelen, Switzerland, 
c 27. 48 

Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson, Lin- 
coln, III. 1899, no. 48700, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

"Felis (Miss)." 49 

Copyright by Belle Johnson, Monroe 
city, Mo. 1899, no. 49554, July 31; 2 
copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

" Finishing touches." 50 

Copyright by Gray litho. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 47230, July 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Fireworks illumination on Pike's peak. 

51 
Copyright by Fred. Park Stevens, 
Colorado Springs, Colo. 1899, no. 46400, 
July 17; 2 copies rec'd July 24, 1899. 

First (The) American flag raised in Porto 

Rico. 52 

Copyright by Charles Robert Storey, 

Lowell, Mass. 1899, no. 60415, Sept. 20 ; 

2 copies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

First (The) movable church. The chapel 
of the Transfiguration, Jamestown, 
[etc.] 53 

Copyright by George Henrv Church, 
New port, R. I. 1899, no. 9855,* Feb. 1 ; 1 
copy rec'd Feb. 1, 1899; 1 copy rec'd 
July 31, 1899. 



65 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

" Five-o'clock tea party." 54 

Copyright by Gray litho. co.. New 
York. ' 1899, no". 47227", July 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Four of a kind. 55 

Copyright by Whitehead & Hoag co., 
Newark, N. J. 1899, no. 49120, July 29 ; 
2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Gallitzin (Dernetrus Augustine. Prince). 

56 

Copyright by Benjamin Brinton 

Wright. Ebensburg, Pa. 1899, no. 

60302, Sept. 19 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 19, 

1899. 

"Gamblers' (The) quarrel." 09946. 57 
Copyright by Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit. 1899, no. 49549, July 31; 2 
copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Grazing. 58 

Copyright by A. C. Carpenter, Ta- 
coma, Wash. 1899, no. 48680, July 27; 
2 copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Grave of Brigham Young, Salt Lake City. 

53420. 59 

Copyright by Detroit Photographic 

co., Detroit. 1899, no. 49133, July 29; 2 

copies rec'd July 28, 1899. 

Great (The) Milan cathedral, Italy, c 6. 

60 
Copyright by Chas. L. Wassou, Lin- 
con, 111. 1899, no. 48713, July 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Great Northern switch-back, west side, 
Cascade range, Wash. Nos. 440, 439, 
428, and 437. 61-64 

Copyright bv A. B. Wilse, Seattle, 
Wash. 1899, nos. 48026, 48027, 48029, and 
48030, July 24; 2 copies each rec'd July 
24, 1899. 

Great (The) 13-in. guns, and brave gun- 
ner boys, seagoing battle-ship "Iowa." 
Nos. 1 'and 2. 65,66 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J . 1899, no. 49542-3, July 
31 ; 2 copies each rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Gridley (Capt.), Admiral Dewey, and 

Capt. Lamberton. 67 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 

York. 1899, no. 48147, July 25; 2 copies 

rec'd July 25, 1899. 

Group of ostriches at South Pasadena , 

California ostrich farm. 68 ; 

Copyright by William Graham, Los . 

■Angeles, Cal. 1899, no. 46551, July 17; ! 

2 copies rec'd .July 17, 1899. ' j 

6680— Vol. 21, No. 1 5 



Titles — Continued. 

Happy hours. 69 

Copyright by Wm. B. Davidson, Paw- 
tucket, R. I. 1899, no. 60522, Sept. 20; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

Hearing. 11 x 14. 70 

Copyrightby Curtis & Cameron, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 47545, July 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Hillis (Newell Dwight). 71 

Copyright by Rockwood photo- 
grapher co., New York. 1899, no. 47148, 
July 20; 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1899. 



His first smoke. 



72 



Copyright by Whitehead & Hoag co., 
Newark, N. J. 1899, no. 49119, July 29; 
2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Home (A) scene at Mt. Saleve. c 40 73 
Copyright bv Chas. L. Wasson, Lin- 
coln, 111. 1899, no. 48697, July 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Hushed memories. 74 

Copyright by L. Katz, New York. 

1899, no. 60418, Sept. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 20, 1899. 

In a ruined palace excavated at Pompeii, 
Italy, c 45 75 

Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson, Lin- 
coln, 111. 1899,' no. 48703, July 27, 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Interior of first movable church. The 
chapel of the Transfiguration, James- 
town, [etc.] 76 
Copyright by George Henry Church, 
Newport, R. I. 1899, no. 9856, Feb. 1 ; 1 
copy rec'd Feb. 1, 1899; 1 copy rec'd 
July 31, 1899. 

Invalid (The). 77 

Copyrightby Wm. B. Davidson, Paw- 
tucket, R. I. 1899, no. 60519, Sept. 20 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

Island Lake at North Dorset, Vt. 78 

Copyright by Louis Frederick Breh- 
mer, Rutland, Vt. 1899, no. 47731, July 
22; 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1899. 

It's great. 79 

Copyrightby Wm. B. Davidson. Paw- 
tucket, RT. 1. '1899, no. 60520, Sept, 20; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

Jessup (Morris K.) 80 

Copyright by Rockwood photogra- 
pher eo., New York. 1899. no. 47144, 

July 20; 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1899. 



66 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Kitchen of Count Rumford's birthplace. 

81 
Copyright by Charles Henry Taylor, 
Wolmrn, Mass. 1»99, no. 49361, July 
31; 2 copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Lauterbach (Edward). 82 

Copyright by Rockwood photo- 
grapher co., New York. 1899, no. 47145. 
July 20; 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1899. 

Lion (The) house, Salt Lake City. 53419. 

83 
Copyright by Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit. 1899, no. 49132, July 29; 
2 copies rec'd July 28, 1899. 

Little cottonwood canon, Utah. 53422. 

84 
Copyright by Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit. 1899, no. 49135, July 29; 
2 copies rec'd July 28, 1899. 

Lomas (Sallie). No. 1. 85 

Copyright by Jacob Schloss, New 
York/ 1899, no. 47735, July 22; 2 copies 
rec'd July 22, 1899. 

"Look out, Spot! Jack will bite you." 
c 102. 86 

Copyright by Chas. L Wasson, Lin- 
coln, 111. 1899, no. 48706, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Lying the mountains between, beautiful 
is, glittering glacier,Grindelwald. c 30. 

87 
Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson, Lin- 
coln, 111. 1899, no. 48708, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Mary, the mother of Washington. 88 

Copyright by Benjamin L. Fnrinholt, 
Baltimore. 1899, no. 48330, July 26; 2 
copies rec'd July 26, 1899. 

"Me finks zat fower dot in my eye." 
c 101. ' 89 

Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson, Lin- 
coln, ill. 1899, no. 48707, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Midsummer noon, Annisquam point. 

90 
Copyright by Martha H. Harvey, 
Annisquam, Mass. 1899, no. 47139, July 
20; 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1899. 

"Misers (The)." 09941. 91 

Copyright by Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit, 1899, no. 49546, July 31; 
2 copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Modjeska (Madam), nos. 9-11. 92-94 

Copyright by F. G. Schumacher, Los 

Angeles, Cal. 1899, nos. 48078,48080, 

48079, July 24 ; 2 copies each rec'd July 

24, 1899. 



Mount Baker, from range west of Ste- 
vens' pass. no. 433. 95 
Copyright by A. B. Wilse, Seattle, 
Wash. 1899. no. 48028, July 24; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 24, 1899. 

Neapolitan street life, Naples, Italy, c 46. 

96 
Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson, Lin- 
coln, 111. 1899", no. 48712, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Nesbitt (Miss Mariarn). nos. 1-3. 97-99 
Copyright by Albany art union, Al- 
bany, N. Y. 1899, nos. 49126-49128, July 
29; 2 copies each rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Old Faithful, Yellowstone national park. 

53320. 100 

Copyright by Detroit photographic 

co., Detroit. 1899, no. 49130, July 29; 

2 copies rec'd July 28, 1899. 

; '01d Glory" flies proudly on the noble 
"Oregon." nos. 1-3. 101-103 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J . 1899, nos. 49539-49541, 
July 31 ; 2 copies each rec'd July 31, 
1899. 

Old tithing house, Salt Lake city. 

53418. 104 

Copyright bv Detroit photographic 

co., Detroit. 1899, no. 49131, July 29; 2 

copies rec'd July 28. 1899. 

On the rustic bridge, Winsor lake, Ulster 

county, N. Y. 105 

Copyright by Ralph Frank Turnbull, 

New York. 1899, no. 47140, July 20; 2 

copies rec'd July 20, 1899. 

On the steps, no. 9. 106 

Copyright by Anna F. Desmond, Los 

Angeles, Cal. 1899, no. 38837, June 12; 

1 copy reed June 12, 1899; 1 copy rec'd 

July 28, 1899. 

On top 107 

Copyright by Albert M. Campbell, 

Harrison, Ohio. 1897, no. 53457, Sept. 

23; 1 copy reed Sept. 23,1897; 1 copy 

rec'd July 31. 1899. 

"One, two, three, sing." 108 

Copyright by Gray litho. co., New 
York * 1899. no". 47226, July 21; 2 copies 
rec'd July 21, 1899. 



Our baby. no. 7. 



109 



Copyright by Anna F. Desmond, Los 
Angeles. Cal. 1899, no. 38835, June 12; 
1 conv rec'd June 12, 1899; 1 copy rec'd 
July 28, 1899. 



67 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Our little sweetheart." 110 

Copyright by Gray litho. co., New- 
York. 1899, no'. 47232, July 21; 2 copies 
rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Pastime on the Palatine. Ill 

Copyright bv E. W. Gustin & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 59215, Sept. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

Phyhp, north from first pylon, Egypt. 

9723. 112 

Copyrigbtby B. Lloyd Singley, Mead- 

ville, Pa. 1899, no. 41820, June 26; 2 

copies rec'd July 10, 1899. 

" Play the old song." 113 

Copyright by Gray litho. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 47229, July 21; 2 copies 
rec'd July 21, 1899. 

"Playmates." 114 

Copyright by Belle Johnson, Monroe 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 49551, July 31; 2 
copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

"Posing." 115 

Copyright by Belle Johnson, Monroe 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 49555, July 31; 2 
copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

u Possession is nine points of the law." 

116 
Copyright by Whitehead & Hoag 
co., Newark, N. J. 1899, no. 49117, July 
29; 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Present, 20th century, and future. 117 
Copyright by R. S. Merrill, Minne- 
apolis, Minn . 1899, no. 38511, June 10 ; 1 
copy rec'd June 10, 1899; 1 copy rec'd 
July 20, 18U9. 

Prince. 118 

Copyright by Whitehead & Hoag 
co., Newark, N. J. 1899, no. 49118, July 
29 ; 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Provo valley, Utah. 53423. 119 

Copyright by Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit. 1899, no. 49136, July 29; 2 
copies rec'd July 28, 1899. 
"Raleigh" (The). This gun and crew 
fired the first shot in Manila bay. 120 
Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood. New York. 1899, no. 49538, July 
31; 2 copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 
Ramsey (Geo.) on his 100th birthday. 

121 

Copyright by Chas. Henry Harris, 

Milan. 111. 1899, no. 49115, July 29; 2 

copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Range of the Green mountains. 122 

Copyright bv Louis Frederick Breh- 

mer, Rutland, Vt. 1899, no. 47732, July 

22; 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1899. 



Titles — Contin ued. 

Reick (Wm. C.) 123 

Copyright by Rockwood photogra- 
pher co., New York. 1899, no. 47147, 
July 20; 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1899. 

"Resting a moment." 124 

Copyright by Belle Johnson, Monroe 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 49552, July 31; 2 
copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

River. 125 

Copyright bv A. C. Carpenter, Ta- 
coma/Wasb. i899, no. 48677, July 27; 
2 copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Rock (The) of Gibraltar, Strait of Gib- 
raltar, c 120. 126 
Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson, Lin- 
coln, 111. 1899, no. 48699, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

"Room (A) in an inn." 09944. 127 

Copyright by Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit. 1899, no. 49547, July 31 ; 2 
copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Ruined (The) convent of St. Giovanni, 
Palermo, Italy, c 44. 128 

Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson, Lin- 
coln, HI. 1899, no. 48698, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Sacred lake of Karnak, Egypt. 9707, 

a, b, and c. 129-131 

Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley, 

Meadville, Fa. 1899, nos. 41780, 41781, 

41814, June 26; 2 copies each rec'd ~uly 

10, 1899. 

St. Bernard. 132 

Copyright by Fred. Park Stevens, 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 1899, no. 46101, 

July 17; 2 copies rec'd July 24, 1899. 

Sand dunes and summer clouds. 133 

Copyright by Martha H. Harvey. 

Annisquam, Mass. 1899, no. 47138, July 

20; 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1899. 

Santa Barbara country club house, from 

the west. 134 

Copvriu'ht by W. W. Higgins, Santa 

Barbara, Cal. 1899, no. 48252, July 25; 

2 copies rec'd July 25. 1899. 

"Satisfied." 135 

Copyright by Belle Johnson, Monroe 

City, Mo. L899, no. 19553. July 31; 2 

copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Sheep. 136 

Copyright by A. C. Carpenter, Ta- 

coma, Wash. 1899. no. 48678, J uly 27 ; 2 



copies rec'd July 27. 1891'. 

Sheer necessity." 

Copyright by L. kat.. Now 



1899, no. 60419, Sept. 20 ; 

Sept. 20, l^W. 



137 

York. 

copies reo'd 



68 



PHOTOGKAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Sight. 11 x 14. 138 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 47546, July 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Smell. 11 x 14. 139 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 47547, July 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Steamer " Spartan Prince " at sea. c 107. 

140 
Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson, Lin- 
coln, 111. 1899, no. 48710, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Stone steps, Sam's Point, Shawangunk 
Mountains, Ulster County, New York. 

141 
Copyright by Ralph Frank Turnbull, 
New York. 1899, no. 47142, July 20; 2 
copies rec'd July 20, 1899. 

Sultan's (The) favorite. 142 

Conyright by Whitehead & Hoag 
co., Newark, N. J. 1899, no. 49116, July 
29 ; 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Sunrise from Pike's Peak. 53113. 143 
Copyright by Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit, 1899, no. 49129, July 29; 
2 copies rec'd July 28, 1899. 

Swiss girls in Bernese and French-Swiss 
costumes, Switzerland, c 26. 144 

Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson, Lin- 
coln, 111. 1899. no. 48702, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Syringas. c 108. 145 

Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson, Lin- 
coln, 111. 1899, no. 48711, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Taste. 11 x 14. 146 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 47549, July 21; 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Temple quarry, Little Cottonwood 

canon, Utah. 53421. 147 

Copyright by Detroit photographic 

co., Detroit. 1899, no. 49134, July 29; 

2 copies rec'd July 28, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Tide. 148 

Copyright by A. C. Carpenter, Ta- 
coma, Wash. 1899, no. 48676, July 27; 
2 copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Touch. 11 x 14. 149 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899/ no. 47548, July 21; 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Valkyrie 3. 05433. 150 

Copyright by Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit. 1899, no. 49545, July 31; 
2 copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Volunteer. 05600. 151 

Copyright by Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit. 1899, no. 47734, July 22; 
2 copies rec'd July 24, 1899. 

W T ant more. 152 

Copyright by Wm. B. Davidson, Paw- 
tucket, R.I. 1899, no. 60521, Sept. 20; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

West coast chief Majectla; a gray-haired 
Indian. 1020. 5x7. 153 

Copyright by A. B. W T ilse, Seattle, 
W T ash. 1899, no. 60518, Sept. 20; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

Wetterhorn (The), from a Swiss dairy 
farm, Switzerland, c 29. 154 

Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson, Lin- 
coln, 111. 1899, no. 48715, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Where gently flows the classic Aare, 
French Switzerland, c 41. 155 

Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson, Lin- 
coln, 111. 1899, no. 48705, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Winsor lake, Ulster co., New York. 156 
Copyright by Ealph Frank Turnbull, 
New York. 1899, no. 47141, July 20; 2 
copies rec'd July 20, 1899. 

Yick Tong's darling, no. 8. 157 

Copyright by Anna F. Desmond, Los 

Angeles, Cal. 1899, no. 38832, June 12 ; 

1 copy rec'd June 12, 1899 ; 1 copy rec'd 

July 28, 1899. 



69 



IX. FIISTJE ART.S. 

(Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited, according to law, with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. "Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of 
Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Adorned with flowers. 1 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1899. no. 59410, 

Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 

1899. 

Afraid of bathing. 2 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59395, 

Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 

1899. 

Aged jmrity. 3 

Copyright by Alfred von Cotzhausen, 
Milwaukee. 1899, no. 59221, Sept. 15; 1 
photograph rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

Apollonia. 4 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59381, 

Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 

1899. 

At home again. 5 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59408, 
Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 
1899. 
Barkang (Maria). 6 

Copvright bv Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1899, no.. 59382, 
Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 
1899. 
Battle (The) is won. 7 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59400, 
Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 
1899. 
Beautiful young woman, whose abundant 
hair is surmounted with a cap [etc.] 

8 
Copyright bv American litho. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 60604, Sept. 21 ; 1 
photograph rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 
Bouquet of sweet peas. 9 

Copyright by Forbes litho. mfg. co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 59220, Sept. 15; 1 
photograph rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 
Checkmate. 10 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, "Germany. 1899, no. 59390, 
Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 
1899. 
Children's delight. 11 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59391, 
Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 
1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Christ and the woman of Samaria. 12 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59384, 

Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 

1899. 

Christ walking on the sea. 13 

Copyright by C. C. Coleman, New 
York. 1899, no. 59218, Sept. 15 ; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

Darktown (A) fairy tale. 14 

Copyright by L. A. De Ribas, Boston. 

1899, no. 60918, Sept. 22; 1 photograph 
rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

Departure of Ealeigh expedition. 15 

Copyright by C. Y. Turner, New 
York. 1899, no. 59032, Sept. 14 ; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Sept. 14, 1899. 

Echo (The). 16 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59404, 

Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 

1899. 

Faith. 17 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59398, 

Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 

1899. 

) Famous for purity. 18 

Copvright bv Alfred von Cotzhausen, 
Milwaukee. 1899, no. 59223, Sept. 15; 
1 photograph rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

{ Festival in the convent. 19 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59387, 

Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 

1899. 

Flora. 20 

Copyright bv Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, ^Germany. 1899, no. WMK1, 

Sept. 16; 1 photograph reo'd Sept. lt>. 

1899. 

! Fond of bathing. 21 

Copyright by Fran/ Hanfstaengl, 

Munich. Germany. 1899. no. 59396, 

Sept. 1(5; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. L6, 

1899. 

Hearts is trnmp. 22 

Copyright by Fran/ Hanfstaengl. 

Munich, Germany, 1899. no. 59411. 

Sept. L6j 1 photograph reo'd Sept. it>. 

i 1899. 



70 



FINE ARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Irving (Sir Henry). 23 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59379, 

Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 

1899. 



Isabel. 



24 



Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59405, 
Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 
1899. 

Little (The) St. Anthony. 25 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59409, 

Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 

1899. 

Longing. 26 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59403, 

Sept. 16 ; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 

1899. 

Luise (Queen). 27 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59401, 

Sept. 16; 1 photogragh rec'd Sept. 16, 

1899. 

''Madonna." [no. 1.] 28 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59406, 

Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 

1899. 

[no. 2.] 29 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59392, 
Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 
1899. 

Morning greeting. 30 

Copyright by Kops bros.. New York. 
1899, no. 46851, July 19; 1 photograph 
rec'd July 22, 1899. 

Mosby's men. 31 

Copyright by Alexandria marble 

works, Alexandria, Va. 1899, no. 60143, 

Sept. 18; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 18, 

1899. 

Oriental (An) woman with pheasant. 

32 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59385, 

Sept. 16 ; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 

1899. 

Pensive. 33 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 5935J4, 

Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 

1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Portrait of a child. 1. 34 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59380, 
Sept. 16 ; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 
1899. 
Preparing for the ball. 35 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59388, 
Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 
1899. 
Rita. 36 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59407, 
Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 
1899. 
Rose (A). 37 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59386, 
Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 
1899. 
Skirmish (A). 38 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, 'Germany. 1899, no. 59389, 
Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 
1899. 
Sparkling purity. 39 

Copyright by Alfred von Cotzhausen, 
Milwaukee. 1899, no. 59222, Sept. 15; 
1 photograph rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 
Stories of the war. 40 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59397, 
Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 
1899. 
Strayed from the fold. 41 

Copyright by James Priestman, New 
York. 1899, no. 59031, Sept. 14; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Sept. 14, 1899. 
Tom, the rhymer. 42 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59402, 
Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 
1899. 
Venustas. 43 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59383, 
Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 
1899. 
Welcome to all America. 44 

Copyright by William Comerford, 
Buffalo. 1899, 'no. 5! '219, Sept. 15; 1 
photograph rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

With full steam. 45 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1899, no. 59399, 

Sept. 16; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 16, 

1899. 



71 



X. INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETOES, 

(At the end of each title is printed the rubric under which the full title will be found.) 



Abbott (Lyman) and Abbott (Edward), 
New York: 

Abbott (Jacob). Gentle measures 
in tbe management and training of the 
young. (Books: 1.) 
Ahnelt (Wm. P.), New York : 

Fanebon. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Favorita. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Fedora. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Flora. Frieda. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Florence. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Formosa. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Fortunio. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Frances. Fulda. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
Aibl (Jos.) verlag, Miinchen, Germany: 

Guntram. Richard Strauss; Otto 
Singer. (Music.) 
Albany art union, Albany, N. Y. : 

Nesbitt (Miss Mariana). (Photo- 
grapbs.) 
Alexandria marble works, Alexandria, 
Va.: 

Mosby's men. (Fine arts.) 
Allen (Ricbard Hinckley ), Chatham, N.J. : 

Allen (Richard Hinckley). Star 

names and their meanings. (Books : 1.) 

American Baptist pub.soc, Philadelphia : 

Duggan (Janie P.) Passion and pa- 
tience. (Books: 3.) 

Oswalt (M.L.) Pen pictures of Mor- 
monism. (Books: 2.) 

Patterson (Virginia Sharpe). Dickey 
Downy. (Books: 1.) 

Titterington (Sophie Bronson). Hill- 
top farm. (Books: 1.) 
American book co., New York : 

Shinn (Josiah Hazen). History of 
the American people. (Books: 1.) 
American lithographic co., New York: 

Beautiful young woman whose abun- 
dant hair is surmounted with a cap 
[etc.] (Fine arts.) 
American sports pub co., New York: 

Spalding's athletic library. (Books : 
2.) 
American Sunday-school union, Philadel- 
phia: 

Denison (Mary Andrews). Noble by 
birth. (Books: 1.) 

Foster (Addison Pinneo). A manual 
of Sunday-school methods. (Books: 1.) 

[Henry, Mary H.J Jean's opportu- 
nity. (Books: I.) 

Reeves (Mrs. S. K.) Gladys Lindsay. 
(Books: 1.) 

Shaw (Jessie Macgregor). By the 
closest ties. (Books': 1.) 



American thresherman, Madison, Wis. : 

Warmest (The) baby in the bunch. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Anderson (Edna Earle), Henderson, Ky. : 

Anderson (Edna Earle). The black 
priuce; or, A double crime. (Books: 
1.) 
Anderson (Edward D.), Washington : 

Pan American march. Edward D. 
Anderson. (Music.) 
Andre (Johann), Offenbach am Main, 
Germany : 

Brillante concert-fantaisie. Wilh. 
Popp. (Music.) 

Heimat (Die). G. L. Krebs; K. Esch- 
mann. (Music.) 

Trinklied. Th. Korner; K. Esch- 
mann. (Music.) 

Wenn die rosen bliih'n. L. Diehl; 
K.Eschmann. (Music.) 
Appleton (D.) & co., New York: 

Barbour (Ralph Henry). The half- 
back. (Books: 1.) 

Benson (Edward Frederic). Mam- 
mon and co. (Books: 1.) 

Burton (John Bloundelle-). A bitter 
heritage. (Books: 1.) 

Froude (James Anthony). Julius 
Csesar. (Books: 1.) 

Hillegas (Howard C.) Oom Paul's 
people. (Books: 1.) 

Stuart (Eleanor). Averages. (Books: 

10 

Tweger (John W.) Harold's quests. 
(Books: 1.) 

Zeisloft (E.Idell). Thenewmetrop- 
olis. (Books: 1.) 
Archer (William), London : 

Archer (William). The American 
language. (Books: 1.) 
Artes (Jane), Evansville, 111. : 

Scbone kleine lieder. Jane Artes. 
(Music.) 
Arts (The) and crafts pub. co., Chicago: 

Chief Joseph, Nez Perces. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Geroninio, Apache. (Engravings. 
cuts, aud prints.) 

Gi-aum-e-hon-o-nic-tab, Kiowa. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Quin-cha-Ke-cha, Ute. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints. ) 

Si-we-kah, Pueblo. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Si-you-wee-teh-ze-sah, Zuni. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints. Vl 

Siem o-nad-o. Mojave. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Wiek-ah-te wah. Moqui. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, aud prints.) 
Ashdown (Edwin), London: 

Go to my Love. Edmund Spenser; 
Alice Borton. (Music.) 



72 



INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPEIETORS— Continued. 



Associated press, New York : 

Special Louden cable letter. (Books : 
3.) 
Badger (Richard G.) & co., Boston: 

Campbell (Floy). Camp Arcady. 
(Books: 1.) 

Pollard (Percival). Cape of storms. 
(Books: 1.) 

Pyle (Howard). The price of blood. 
(Bocks: 1.) 
Baker (Albert L.), Minneapolis: 

Baker's potato cipher and directory. 
(Books: 2.) 
Barrie (George) & son, Philadelphia: 
Gibbet (The). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
Barszczewski (S. R.), Chicago : 

Cuba libre! (Dramatic composi- 
tions.) 
Beck (Charles E.), Piqua, Ohio: 

Beck (C. E.) Beck's easy-rule book- 
keeping; initiatory sets. (Books: 2.) 
Becker (August), Cleveland, Ohio: 

Bible, German. DieBibel; oder Die 
ganze heilige schrift des alten und 
neuen Testamento . . . mit einem leit- 
faden fur Bibelfieunde. (Books: 1.) 
Bell (William G.) co., Boston: 

Business (A) driver. (Books: 2.) 
Bell telephone co. of Buffalo: 

Bell telephone co. of Buffalo, N. Y. 
Official list of subscribers. Aug. 15, 
1899. (Bonks: 1.) 
Bennett (Henry), Cedar Rapids, Iowa: 
Advisory rates of Aplinuton, Iowa. 
(Books: 2.) 

Bristow, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Charter Oak, Iowa. (Books : 2.) 

Estherville, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Garrison, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Kellogg, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Mitchellville, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Monona. Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Persia, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Shellsburg, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Valeria, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Berkery (Nora), New Orleans, La. : 

Industrial exposition waltz. Miss 
Nora Berkery. (Music.) 
Berliner (Leo E.), New York: 

I can't forget ho w dearly I have loved 
her. AY. Murdoch Lind; Leo E. Ber- 
liner. (Music.) 
Bible study publishing company, Boston: 

Bible study manual. (Books: 2.) 
Biglow & Main co., New York: 

Special sacred songs. No. 2. Ira D. 
Saukey, James McGranahan, Geo. C. 
Stebbins. (Music.) 
Bingham (Charles W.), Cleveland, Ohio: 
Perry (Oliver Hazard). 1817-64. 
Hunting expeditions of Oliver Hazard 
Perry, of Cleveland, verbatim from his 
diaries. (Books: 1.) 
Bispham (Geo. Tucker), Philadelphia: 
Bispham (Geo. Tucker). The princi- 
ples of equity. (Books: 1.) 



Black (Edward S.), Newark, N. J. : 

Black (E. S.) Ingersoll. A poem. 
(Books: 2.) 
Blackburn (Walter), Yonkers, N. Y. : 

Blackburn (Walter Gerard). (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Blakiston's (P.) son & co., Philadelphia: 
Hughes (Dau'l E.) A compend of 
the practice of medicine. (Books: 1.) 
Bond (George W.), Chicago: 

Face (The) upon the bar-room floor. 
(Photographs,) 
Boosey & co., London: 

Dream (A) divine. Claude Lyttle- 
ton; Hartweil-Jones. no. 2, in G. 
(Music.) 

Mary was a housemaid. N. Lambelet. 
(Music.) 

Spring (A) song. A. M. R. Dobson. 
(Music.) 

Twilight (The) hour. A. Valdemar; 
Charles H. Fogg. (Music.) 

Bostwick (Ernest), Flushing, Long Is- 
land : 

Traitor to the flag? (Dramatic com- 
positions.) 
Bos worth & co., Leipzig, Germany : 

Gnomen-marsch. W. Aletter. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Boussod (Jean), Manzi, Joy ant & co., 
New York: 

Depart du reserviste. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Garde (La) du drapeau. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Retour du reserviste. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Bragg (John Fowler), New York: 

Alice in wonderland. (Books: 2.) 
Branham (Mrs. Adelia Pope), Greenfield, 
Ind. : 

Branham (Adelia Pope). Grandma 
tales, and others. (Books: 1.) 
Breen (Matthew P.), New York: 

Breen (Matthew P.) Thirty years 
of New York politics, up to date. 
(Books: 1.) 
j Brehmer (LouisFrederick), Rutland, Vt. : 

Falls (The) at Clarendon gorge. 
(Photographs.) 

Island lake, at North Dorset, Vt. 
(Photographs.) 

Range of the Green mountains. 
(Photographs.) 
Breitkopf & H artel, Leipzig: 

Finnische rbapsodie. Ilda Tilike. 
(Music ) 

Fiinf cap ri cen. Von Roland Revel. 
Nos. 1 and 4. (Music.) 

Kadenzen. W. A. Mozart; Moritz 
Zweigelt. 2 nos. (Music.) 

Tiphaine. Louis Payen; V. Nou- 
ville. (Music.) 

Zu den heiligen niichten. Adolf 
Schuppan. (Music.) 



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Brenk (Fred. A.), Jackson, Mich. : 

How to press, crease, and keep your 
trousers. (Books: 2.) 
Breutano s, New York : 

Annesley (Charles). The standard 
operaijass. (Books: 1.) 

U an tier (Theophile). Clariinonde. 
(Books: 1.) 
Briggs (Warren Richard), Bridgeport, 
Conn. : 

Briggs (VV. R.) Modern American 
school buildings. (Books: 1.) 
Brokaw (Chas. O.), St. Joseph, Mo. : 

Battle ship " Texas " march and two- 
step. Mattie Thompson; Emil Isen- 
niau. (Music.) 

Kentucky' (The) club. Arthur Pryor. 
(Music.) 
Brooks (Christopher Parkinson), New 
Bedford, Mass. : 
Combinations of weaves. (Books: 2.) 
Brown (H. E.), Cleveland, Ohio: 

Directions for horizontal edition. 
Horizontal accounts of weekly offer- 
ings. (Books: 3.) 
Brown & co., Boston: 

Ebers (Georg). The king and the 
- queen of Mollebusch; or, The indis- 

pensables. (Books: 1.) 
Browne (Carl), Denver: 

Declaration of principles of the sov- 
ereign citizens of the United States of 
America. The anti-trust bill and the 
constitution and by-laws. (Books: 3.) 
Bryce (J. W.), Battle Creek, Mich. : 

Bryce (J. W.) Random rhymes. 
(Books: 1.) 
Buckles (F. M.) &. co.,New York: 

Allen (Grant). A splendid sin. 
(Books: 1.) 
Buffalo electrotype and engraving co., 
Buffalo: 

Buffalo (New map of the city of). 
(Maps and charts.) 
Burrows bros. co., Cleveland, Ohio : 

Jesuit (The) relations, and allied 
documents. (Books: 1.) 
Burt (A. L.), New York : 

[Kaler], (James Otis). Corporal 
; Lige's recruit. (Books: 1.) 

A cruise with Paul Jones. 

(Books: 1.) 

Morgan, the Jersev spy. 

(Books: 1.) 

A Tory plot. (Books : 1.) 

Butcher (J. S. ). Bridgeton, N. J. : 

Only killed one mule. (Books: 2.) 
Butler, skehlon & co., Philadelphia: 

Seaver (Edward Pliny) and Walton 
(George A.) New Franklin arithmetic 
(Books: 1.) 
Bntter worth (Horace), Chicago: 

Butterworth (Horace). How to. 
(Books: 1.) 
Caldwell (II. M.) co., Boston : 

Kipling (Rudyard). Indian tales. 
(Books: 1.) 



Callow (J. P.), London : 

Far away in Kerry. (An Irish la- 
ment). J. P. Callow. (Music.) 

Hymn (A) of hope. J. P. Callow; 
Newman Downs. (Music.) 
I Camp (W. M.), Chicago: 

Camp (W. M.) Notes on track. 
(Books: 3.) 
! Campbell (Albert M.) Harrison, Ohio: 

On top. (Photographs.) 
j Carl (William C.),New York: 

Carl (William C.) The Guilmant 
organ school. (Books: 2.) 
I Carpenter (A. C), Tacoma, Wash. : 
Cascades. (Photographs.) 
Church. (Photographs.) 
Clouds. (Photographs.) 
Grazing. (Photographs.) 
River. (Photographs.) 
Sheep. (Photographs.) 
Tide. (Photographs.) 
Cary & co., London : 

For ever thine. J. Anthony McDon- 
ald ; Valentine Hemery. (Music.) 

Lad (The) with the bonnet of blue. 
Alice C. MacDonald; Colin McAlpin. 
(Music.) 
Cavaroc (P. C), Chicago: 

Wholesale price current. Wines, 
brandies, etc. (Books: 2.) 
: Central literary press, New York: 

Logan (Mrs. John A.) What shall 
we do with our daughters? (Books: 3.) 
Century co., New York : 

Buckley (James Monroe). Christian 
j science and other superstitious. 
(Books: 1.) 
Chase (Geo. H.), Newport, R. I. : 

Chapel (exterior view). (Photo- 
graphs.) 

First (The) movable church. The 
chapel of the transfiguration. James- 
town [etc.] (Photographs.) 

Interior of first movable church. 
The chapel of the transfiguration, 
I Jamestown [etc.] (Photographs.) 
Chevalier (A. Blanche), Wellcsley. Mass. : 
Time of B. & A. R. R. trains from 
Newton to Boston and Boston to New- 
ton. 18^19. (Books: 2.) 

Newtonville to Boston and Bos- 
ton to Newtonville. L899. (Books: 2.) 
West Newton to Boston and Bos- 
ton to West Newton. (Books: 2.) 
Chicago photo, eng. co., Chicago : 

Federal building. Chicago. ( Engrav- 
ings, cuts and prints.) 
Chicago record, Chicago: 

Admiral Dewey is al Naples. (Books: 
3.) 

Admiral Dewev sails for Naples. 
(Books: 3.) 

American demands redress. (Books: 

' X) • ■ 

American students at Oxford. 

(Books: 3.) 



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Chicago record, Chicago : 

American's pocket picked. (Books : 
3.) 

Art celebration in Belgium. (Books : 
3.) 

Asks of Pern $100,000 damages. 
(Books: 3.) 

Attend an Austrian funeral. (Books : 
3.) 

Belgian cabinet resigns. (Books: 3.) 

Belgium has a new ministry. (Books : 
3.) 

Beware of Ostond pickpockets. 
(Books: 3.) 

Both sides yield in the lockout. 
(Books: 3 ) 

Buchanan is coming home. (Books: 
3.) 

Calamba cable laid. (Books: 3.) 

Causes worry at the Quirinal. 
(Books: 3.) 

Chinese envoys go to Japan. (Books: 
3.) 

Come to the defense of Milan. 
(Books: 3.) 

Confiscate many newspapers. 
(Books: 3.) 

Cordial treatment in Peru. (Books: 
3.) 

Crowds go to Rennes. (Books: 3.) 

Danish lockout is over. (Books: 3.) 

Decision of church questions. 
(Books: 3.) 

Defend the reciprocity treaty. 
(Books: 3.) 

Denmark's king at Ischl. (Books: 
3.) 

Dewey is much annoyed. (Books: 3.) 

Dewey may sail to-day. (Books: 3.) 

Dewey welcomed at Naples. (Books : 
3.) 



Dewey's alleged interview. (Books 



3.) 
Dewey's plans are outlined. (Books : 

3.) 

Disaffection in Austria. (Books: 3.) 
Doubts America's intentions. 

(Books: 3.) 
Dreyfus case to-day. (Books: 3.) 
Earthquake shock in Chile. (Books : 

3.) 

Efforts to form a cabinet. (Books : 3. ) 
Eye of Germany on our war ships. 

(Books: 3.) 

Eye on Alaska case. (Books: 3.) 
Fable (The) in slang of Paducah's 

favorite comedians and the mildewed 

stunt. (Books: 3.) 

Famine feared in India. (Books: 3.) 
Fear a water famine. (Books: 3.) 
Fears Servia's internal foes. (Books: 

3.) 
For evangelical unity. (Books: 3.) 
For a labor college. (Books: 3.) 
Foss a guest of the Kaiser. (Books : 

3.) 



Chicago record, Chicago: 

Foss sees Sweden's naval works. 
(Books: 3.) 

Foss thinks that Dewey will come. 
(Books: 3.) 

French views on Peace Congress. 
(Books: 3.) 

Frenchmen guests of Hamburg. 
(Books: 3.) 

Frontier question not acute. (Books: 
3.) 

Germans feel humiliation. (Books: 
3.) 

Imposing iuneral at Hamburg. 
(Books: 3.) 

In memory of Hungary's poet. 
(Books: 3.) 

Interest in Delcasse's visit. (Books : 
3.) 

Italy's relation to the Vatican. 
(Books: 3.) 

J apan inspects high schools. (Books : 
3.) 

Kaiser to see France. (Books: 3.) 

Ligbtning strikes a regiment. 
(Books: 3.) 

Manceuvers in the German army. 
(Books: 3.) 

Marblehead reaches Callao. (Books : 
3.) 

Marr dies in Havana. (Books: 3.) 

Matadors irritatethe French. 
(Books: 3.) 

Milan dismayed by ridicule. (Books : 
3.) 

Milan's assailant to be tried. (Books : 
3.) 

Narrow-gauge railway in Spain. 
(Books: 3.) 

Navies are to be decreased. (Books : 
3.) 

No fear ior Dreytus. (Books: 3.) 

Not all of America. (Books: 3.) 

Not to be president. (Books: 3.) 

Not to invoke crown rule. (Books: 
3.) 

Opposed by the Stambuloffists. 
(Books: 3.) 

Patriots fleeing from Servia. (Books : 
3.) 

Peace conference in Norway. (Books: 
3.) 

Pope is to write of peace. (Books : 3.) 

Prisoners on the bay. (Books: 3.) 

Queen objects to the stamps. 
(Books: 3.) 

Queen's letter rouses Italy. (Books : 
3.) 

Receptions for M. Deleasse. (Books : 
3.) 

Rejoice at cahinet's fall. (Books: 3.) 

Retires from Dutch cabinet. (Books : 
3.) 

Revives the talk of war. (Books: 3.) 

Rome wants to see Dewev. (Books: 
3.) 



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Chicago record, Chicago: 

Royal wedding at Cettinje. (Books: 
3.) 

Say Gen. Otis is easy. (Books: 3.) 

Say Weyler will be dictator. (Books : 
3.) 

Says high tariff will win. (Books: 3.) 

Seeks to recover stolen money. 
(Books: 3.) 

Sees menace in America's fleet. 
(Books: 3.) 

Seize many shipments of arms. 
(Books: 3.) 

Shamrock gets away. (Books: 3.) 

Shamrock to sail to-day. ( Books : 3. ) 

Ship cement to Baltimore. (Books: 
3.) 

Slow work finding a cabinet. (Books: 
3.) 

Socialist gain in Holland. (Books: 
3.) 

Stir up German agrarians. (Books: 
3.) 

Talk of protection. (Books: 3.) 

Thought to be a counterfeiter. 
(Books: 3.) 

Tilt of arbitrators. (Books: 3.) 

To end the labor troubles. (Books: 
3.) 

To fight gambling at Ostend. 
(Books: 3.) 

To keep the throne. (Books: 3.) 

To relinquish San Mnn Bay. (Books : 
3.) 

Transport "Warren" sets sail. 
(Books: 3.) 

Treat for poor children. (Books : 3.) 

Trouble in Austria. (Books: 3.) 

Uncle Sam a friend. (Books: 3.) 

Union of Australia. (Books: 3.) 

Universal trade is shut out. (Books : 
3.) 

Wendorff makes a suggestion. 
(Books: 3.) 

Work on Krupp's dock yard. 
(Books: 3.) 
Chrisman (Clarence), St. Louis: 

Katie Kelly. Clarence Chrisman. 
(Music.) 
Cohn (Allred I.), New York : 

Cohn (A. I.) Indicators and test 
papers. (Books: 1.) 
Colbath (D. W.) & co., Jamaica Plain, 
Mass. : 

Black (The) cat calendar. (Books: 
2.) 
Coleman (C. C), New York : 

Christ walking on the sea. (Fine 
arts.) 
Coleman (H. H.), Milwaukee: 

Offener schreibebrief von Missus 
Lizzie Sauerampfer. (Books: 3.) 
Colgan (Kieran I.), Philadelphia: 

Parent (The) and thechild. (Books: 
2.) 
Colliery engineer co., Scranton, Pa. : 

Arithmetic. (Books: 2.) 



Colliery engineer co., Scranton, Pa.: 

Arithmetic. Examination questions. 
(Books: 2.) 
Electrical apparatus. (Books: 2.) 
Gas, gasoline, and oil engines. 
(Books: 2.) 

General circular. Course of study 
in steam, electrical, etc. (Books: 2.) 

Internal ional (The) correspondence 
schools, Scranton, Pa. The elements of 
architectural drawing and design. 
(Books: 1.) 

The elements of electrical en- 
gineering. (Books: 1.) 

— — The elements of mechanical and 
electrical engineering. (Books: 1.) 
Ornamental ironwork. (Books: 2.) 
Sheet-metal work. (Books: 2.) 
Special offer for August, 1899. 
(Books: 2.) 

Stair building. (Books: 2.) 
Comerford (William), Buffalo: 

Welcome to all America. (Fine 
arts.) 
Conklin (Julia S.),U. S. : 

Conklin (J. S.) The young people's 
history of Indiana. (Books: 1.) 
Conklin (Philander) and Hofman (Fred- 
erick P.), Lima, Ohio: 

Conklin (P.) and Hofman (F. P.) 
Table and plan for building and loan 
associations. (Books: 2.) 
Conn (C. G.) & co.. New York: 

Spring blossoms. G. E. Capone. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Coolidge (Mrs. Harriett Lincoln), Wash- 
ington : 

Coolidge (H. L.) The discontented 
leaf. (Books: 3.) 
Cotzhausen (Alfred von), Milwaukee: 
Aged purity. (Fine arts.) 
Famous for purity. (Fine arts.) 
Sparkling purity. (Fine arts.) 
Courier co., Buffalo : 

Buffalo (The) directory, 1899. 
(Books: 1.) 
Courier (The) litho. co., Buffalo: 

Kelly and Ashby. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 
Cramer (J. B.) & co., ltd.. London : 

Marigold time. Clifton Bingham; 
Charles Deacon. (Music.) 
Cranz (Aug.), Leipzig: 

Sechs lieder. Max Renner; Paul 
England. Nos. 1, 3, 6. (Music.) 
Crockett (S. R.), Great Britain : 

Crockett (S. R.) lone March: A 
woman of fortune. (Books: L.) 
Crowell (Thomas V.) & co.. Boston: 

Gaskell [Elizabeth Cleghorn Ste- 
venson] Cranford. (Hooks: I.) 

Meyer (Frederick Brotherton). 
Friendly counsels. (Books: 1.) 

'fake heart again. v 1>H, °^ s: !•) 

Curon (L. O.), Chicago: 

Curon (L. 0.) Chicago: Satan's 
sanctum. (Books: I.) 



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Curtice (D. L.), St. Paul, Minn. : 

St. Paul (Curtice's standard guide 
map of the city of). (Maps and 
charts.) 
Curtis & Cameron, Boston : 

Hearing. (Photographs.) 

Sight. (Photographs.) 

Smell. (Photographs.) 

Taste. (Photographs.) 

Touch. (Photographs.) 
Darby (Rufus H.), U. S. : 

What we know about the effects of 
the Dreyfus verdict. (Books: 2.) 
Darlington (Nina K.), Boston: 

Darlington (Nina K.) The science 
of music for children. (Books: 2.) 
Davenport (Chas. B.), Cambridge, Mass. : 

Davenport (C. B.) Statistical meth- 
ods, with reference to biological varia- 
tion. (Books: 1.) 
Davidson (Wm. B.), Pawtucket, R. I. : 

Becalmed. (Photographs.) 

Happy hours. (Photographs.) 

Invalid (The). (Photographs.) 

It's great. (Photographs.) 

Want more. (Photographs.) 
Davis (Charles If.), Washington: 

Davis (C. H.) Life of Charles Henry 
Davis, rear admiral, 1807-1877. 
(Books: 1.) 
Davis (The F. A.) co., Philadelphia: 

Year (The) book of treatment and 
medical formulary for 1899. (Books: 1.) 
DeRibas (L. A.), Boston : 

Darktown (A) fairy tale. (Fine 
arts. ) 
Desmond (Anna F.), Los Angeles, Cal.-: 

Celeste. (Photographs.) 

Chinese nurse and her charge. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Chinese (The) quarter in San Fran- 
cisco. (Photographs.) 

On the steps. (Photographs.) 

Our baby. (Photographs.) 

Yick Tong's darling. (Photographs.) 
Detroit photographic co., Detroit, Mich.: 

"Ecce homo." (Photographs.) 

"Expulsion (The) of Hagar." (Pho- 
tographs.) 

"Gamblers' (The) quarrel." (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Grave of Brigham Young, Salt Lake 
City. { Photographs.) 

Lion (The) house, Salt Lake City. 
(Photographs.) 

Little Cottonwood canon, Utah. 
(Photographs. ) 

"Misers (The)." (Photographs.) 

Old faithful, Yellowstone National 
Park. (Photographs.) 

Old tithing house, Salt Lake City. 
(Photographs.) 

Provo valley, Utah. (Photographs.) 

"Room (A) in an inn." (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Sunrise from Pike's Peak. (Photo- 
graphs.) 



Detroit photographic co., Detroit, Mich: 

Temple quarry, Little cottonwood 
canon, Utah. (Photographs.) 

Valkyrie, 3. (Photographs.) 

Volunteer. (Photographs.) 
Dodd, Mead & co., New York: 

Bradford (Amory Howe). The art of 
living alone. (Books: 1.) 

Douglass (Amanda Minnie). The heir 
of Sherburne. (Books: 1.) 

Eliot (George), pseud, [i. e. Marian 
Evans, afterwards Cross]. Silas Mar- 
ner, the weaver of Raveloc. (Books: 1.) 
Dodge pub. co., New York: 

Daughter (A) of Eve. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

" Hello, honey ! " (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Hesitation. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

"How's dis?" (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Partington (Gertrude). Daughters 
of California; a calendar for 1900. 
(Books: 2.) 

Some little Chinese; a calendar 

for 1900. (Books: 2.) 

Southern (A) beauty. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Wheelan (Albertine Randall). Dear 
little cupids; a calendar for 1900. 
(Books: 2.) 

' ' Who said chicken ? " (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

As she came dancing up Windyghoul. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

I know you think they are blue. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Little (The) minister; the Barrie cal- 
endar for 1900. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Mercy on us, that's the third time in 
half an hour. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Please hate me if you can not lo-ove 
me. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Somebody says at my lug, Who is the 
prettiest lady ? (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 
Donham (Grenville M.), Portland, Me.: 

Maine register, state year book, and 
legislative manual, from May 1, 1899, to 
May 1, 1900. (Books: 1.) 
Doubleday & McClure, New York: 

De Quincey (Thomas). The afflic- 
tions of childhood, etc. (Books: 1.) 

Historians aud essayists. (Books: 1.) 

Lamb (Charles). Selections from his 
essays, letters, and verses. (Books: 1.) 

Norris (Frank). Blix. (Books: 1.) 

Novelists. (The Warner classics.) 
(Books: 1.) 

Philosophers and scientists. 

(Books: 1.) 

Poets. (Books: 1.) 

Pritchard (K.) and (Hesketh). A 
modern mercenary. (Books: 1.) 






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Downing (Mrs. H. E.), Nebraska City: 
Kit Carson's last trail. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Dun (R. G.) & co., New York: 

Mercantile (The) agency reference 
book and key. (Books: 1.) 
Dunn (\Vm. C.) & co., New York : 

Dusky dudes. Will A. Harlan; Jean 
Schwartz. (Music.) 
Dutton (E. P.) & co., New York: 

Sao ford (Mrs. D. P.) Little folks at 
Brookside. (Books: 1.) 
Eaton & Mains, New York: 

Hurlbnt (Jesse Lyman) and Doberty 
(Roi-ert Remington). Illustrative 
notes. (Books: 1.) 
Eiland (F.L.), Waco. Tex.: 

Beautiful gleanings bring. F. L. 
Eiland; J. W.Acuif. (Music.) 

Gladly I go. Mrs. E. Greer Floyd; 
F.L. Eiland. (Music.) 

Sailing o'er the ocean. G.H.Ram- 
sey. (Music.) 

Song (The) feast, no. 1. Franklin 
Lycurgus Eiland; Emmett Sidney 
Dean. (Music.) 

Spread the gospel. Woodie W. 
Smith. (Music.) 
Eiland and Ramsey, U. S. : 

If you will. G.H.Ramsey. (Music.) 
Eldredge & bro., Philadelphia. : 

[Lippincott] Esther J. Trimble. A 
hand-book of English and American 
literature. (Books: 1.) 
Electrical engineer institute of corresp. 
instruction, New York : 

Primary batteries. (Books: 2). 
Elliot (Charles S.) & co.,New York: 

Lord, how long? R. Mandeville Cad- 
man. (Music.) 

Magnificat. Louis S. Joy. (Music.) 
Song (The) of the Magi. George 
Gardner. (Music.) 

Why seek ye the living among the 
dead? W. E.' Brown. (Music.) 
Emerson (Edward W.), Concord, Mass. : 
Emerson (Ralph Waldo). Letters 
from Ralph Waldo Emerson to a friend, 
1838-18:>3. (Books: 1.) 
Enoch &. son, London : 

Ode to Bacchus. H. Jacquet, R. H. 
Elkin; C. Chaminade. (Music.) 
Equitable life assurance society, New 
York: 

Forty years of the Equitable life 
assurance society, 1899. (Books: 2.) 
Estes (Dana) & co. ; Bostou: 

[Kaler] (James) Otis. Captain Tom, 
the privateersman of the armed brig 
Chasseur. (Books: 1.) 
Evans (Evan D.), Ithaca, N. Y. : 

Discussing the war. (Photographs.) 
Expanding tread co., New York : 

Rough rider; being an argument on 
the merits of the expanding tread 
horseshoe. (Books: 2.) 



Farinholt (Benjamin L.), Baltimore: 

Mary, the mother of Washington. 
(Photographs.) 
Fawcett ( Waldon), Cleveland, Ohio : 

Fawcett (W.) A vacation with the 
world's richest man. (Books: 3.) 
Felix (E.), Paris: 

Felix (E.) What she wore. (Books : 
1.) 
Fenno (R.F.) & co.,New York: 

[James] Florence [Alice Price]. The 
house in the hills. (Books: 1.) 

Shiel (Matthew Phipps). The yel- 
low danger. (Books: 1.) 
Field (Caroline Leslie), Milton, Mass. : 
Field (C. L.) Nannie's happy child- 
hood. (Books: 1.) 

Fillmore Brothers, Cincinnati : 

When Alice hits the upright. J. B. 
Herbert. (Music.) 

Fischer (Carl), New York: 

American rhapsody. Fred Luscomb. 
(Music.) 

Boisterous spirits polka. Louis 
Blanc; W. F. Kretschmer. (Music.) 

Borinqueha (La). Felix Astol; W. 
S.Ripley. (Music.) 

Conquest (The) polka. J. Lawrence 
Ritchie (Music.) 

Dinah from Carolina, cake walk two- 
step. R A. Keiser; L. P. Laurendeau. 
(Music.) 

Rag time two-step. (Music.) 

Fanfare militaire. J. Aseher; L. P. 
Laurendeau. (Music.) 

Florida (A) cracker rag time two- 
step. Ellis Brooks. (Music.) 

Gabriella Brown. Medley march, 
two-step. L. O. De Witt. (Music.) 

Herz (Das) am Rhein. Will Hill; 
William F. Kretschmer. (Music.) 

Jasmine. William F. Kretschmer. 
(Music.) 

Kleptomania schottische. Carl 
Engel. (Music.) 

Melodious studies. Charles Dancla; 
Gustave Saenger. 3 nos. (Music.) 

My girl. Polka with words. Theo. 
M. Tobani. (Music.) 

My Mississippi gal. Polka. L. O. De 
Witt. (Music.) 

Norma overture. V. Bellini; L. P. 
Laurendeau. (Music.) 

Odalisque (L\) William F. Kretsch- 
mer; L. P. Laurendeau. (Music.) 

Rag-ma la. Polka and two-step. 
L. O. De Witt. (Music.) 

Rose (La.). E mil Aseher; L. P. Lau- 
rendeau. (Music.) 

Sounds from Italy. William P. 
Kretschmer. (Music.) 

Souvenir do Beethoven. Theo.Moses- 
Tobani. (Music) 

You and you. Waltz. Job. Strauss J 
Theo. M. Tobani. (Musio.) 



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Fischer (Henry W.),New York: 

Benenisti (C.) The suicide table in 
Monte Carlo. (Books: 3.) 
Flint (C. E.), South Royalton, Va. : 

Flint (C.E.) Battle of Manila Bay. 
(Books: 2.) 
Forberg (Otto), Leipzig: 

Heilundsieg! Franz Friedl. (Mu- 
sic ) 
Forbes (Mrs.C.B.), Hartford, Conn.: 

Woman's Christian temperance 
union souvenir. (Books: 2.) 
Forbes litho. mfg. co., Boston: 

Bouquet of sweet peas. (Fine 
arts.) 
Ford bros., Minneapolis: 

Fordbros. Leaded art glass. (Books: 
2.) 
Fortner (L. J.), Whitesville, N. Y. : 

Sylvania schottische. RuhamaFish. 
(Music. ) 
Foster (Ulysses A. ), Lima, Ind. : 

Foster (U. A.). Winds of autumn 
and other poems. (Books: 1.) 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London: 

All for the sake of Fiunegan. Lester 
Barrett. (Music.) 

Bricks and mortar. Bennett Scott 
and C. G. Cotes. (Music.) 

Gone like that. Chas. H. Taylor; 
Earnest Shand. (Music.) 

Lambeth (The) walk. E. W. Rogers. 
(Music.) 

Last (The'! 'bus home at night. Harry 
Boden ; Henry E. Pether. (Music.) 

Latest (The) chap on earth. E. W. 
Rogers. (Music.) 

Little (The) bit of red. C. G. Cotes; 
B< nuett Scott. (Music.) 

Looking for a job. Song. J. Sweeney; 
Lester Barrett. 

Poster (The) on the wall. Alfred J. 
Morris; George LeBruun. (Music.) 

Shamrock (The) and Columbia. John 
Trew Hay; Earnest Bucalossi. (Music.) 

Topical (The) tipster. Gordon Noble; 
Fred. Eplett. (Music.) 

Topsy, mapopsy-wopsy. C. W. Mur- 
phy. (Anisic.) 

Trafalgar square. Chas. Deane; Ed- 
ward . onghmanns. (Music.) 

Up aud down the road. Song. Geo. 
Maurice, F. E. Terry, and Chas. Deane. 
(Music.) 
Funk & W agnails co., New York: 

Pulitzer (Walter;. That duel at the 
chateau Marsanac. (Books: l.j 
Gay (Richard L.), Boston: 

Massachusetts. Legislature. Laws 
of tbe commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts. (Books: 1.) 
Georgia (State of). 

Georgia. Reports of cases decided 
in the supreme court. (Books: 1.) 



German literary board of the Wartburg 
and Nebraska Lutheran synods, U. S. : 

Bahr (Luise). Trost in Trubsal. 
(Books: 1.) 
German press and plate co., Cleveland: 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp 
Sauerampfer. (Books: 3.) 
Gerritson (Charles S.), Boston: 

Our brave boys who died. Chas. S. 
Gerritson; Grace Parker Gerritson. 
(Music.) 
Gillies (Edwin J.) & co., New York: 

Sovereign booklet. (Books: 2.) 
Goepp (Philip H.), Philadelphia: 

Patriotic song. Philip H. Goepp. 
(Music.) 
Graham (Andrew J.) & co., New York: 

Graham (A. J.) Amanuensis prac- 
tice. (Books: 1.) 
Graham (William), Los Angeles, Cal. : 

Group of ostriches at South Pasa- 
dena, Cal., ostrich farm. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Gray lithograph co., New York: 

"Don't tell." (Photographs.) 

"Finishing touches." (Photo- 
graphs.) 

"Five o'clock tea party." (Photo- 
graphs.) 

"One, two, three, sing." (Photo- 
graphs.) 

"Our little sweetheart." (Photo- 
graphs.) 

" Play the old song. " ( Photographs. ) 
Greenough (W. A.) & co., Boston: 

New Bedford and Fairhaven direct- 
ory. 1899. (Books: 1.) 
Griffin (John), Pittsburg: 

Class (The) of ninety-nine. W. O. 
Walker; John Griffin. (Music.) 

Yours, truly. P. A. McDermott; John 
Griffin. (Music.) 
Griswold (William H.), Chicago: 

Griswold (W. H.) "Twentieth cen- 
tury league," deferred monthly pre- 
mium plan. (Books: 2.) 
Guild (Walter Bradford), Boston: 

Adams (Parker Quincy). Practical 
suggestions calculated to please your 
family . (Books: 3.) 

The question, "What shall we 

have to eat?''' for to-morrow answered. 
(Books: 3.) 

Herrick (Christine Terhune). Spiced 
fruits, small and large. (Books: 3.) 

Jefferson (Emma G.) Luncheon for 
a hot day. (Books: 3.) 

Lincoln (Mary J.) Coffee mousse. 
(Books: 3.) 

Cucumbers cooked and un- 
cooked. (Books: 3.) 

Palatable dishes at minimum 

expense and easv of preparation. 
(Books: 3.) 

A Thursday menu, simple, eco- 
nomical, and easily prepared. (Books : 
3.) 



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Guild (Walter Bradford), Boston: 

Roie (Lonis). Fruit melange. 
(Books: 3.) 

Terbune (Mary Virginia). Cool 
viands and beverages for a picnic on 
lake or stream. (Books: 3.) 

Dainty little cakes witb which 

to regale tbe afternoon guest. (Books : 
3.) 

A Frencb fad and plain Englisb. 

(Books: 3.) 

Mysteries of various kinds of 

preparations known as pot-pourri. 
(Books: 3.) 

Some ratber elaborate dishes for 

a picnic in woods or fields. (Books: 3.) 

Whose is tbe fault ? (Books : 3. ) 

Gnnter (Archibald Clavering), New 
York: 

Dauiels (Heber K.) Digby Ravelyn. 
(Books: 1.) 
Gustin (E. W.) & co.,New York: 

Pastime on the Palatine. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Hager (Otto F.), Buffalo: 

Saloon-keeper's (The) savings bank. 
(Books: 2.) 
Haight & Freese, Philadelphia: 

Haight & Freese's guide to investors. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hall (George W.), King city, Mo. : 

Missouri school song. George W. 
Hall; Stella E.Haas. (Music.) 
Hall (J.), New York: 

Arrest (Tbe). Mr. Smooth co.,N. Y. 
(Photographs. ) 
Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia: 

Story (Tbe) of the flowers. Ida L. 
Reed; Maurice A. Clifton. (Music; 

Wonderful message, "Christ is 
risen." J. Lincoln Hall. (Music.) 
Hanfstaengl (Franz), Munich, Germany: 
Adorned witb flowers. (Fine arts.) 
Afraid of batbing. (Fine arts.) 
Apollouia. (Fine arts.) 
At home again. (Fine arts.) 
Barkang (Maria). (Fine arts.) 
Battle (The) is won. (Fine arts.) 
Checkmate. (Fine arts.) 
Children's delight. (Fine arts.) 
Christ and the woman of Samaria. 
(Fine arts.) 
Echo (The). (Fine arts.) 
Faith. (Fine arts.) 
Festival iu the convent: (Fine arts.) 
" Flora." (Fine arts.) 
Fond of bathing. (Fine arts.) 
Hearts is trump. (Fine arts.) 
Irving (Sir Henry). (Fine arts.) 
Isabel. (Fine arts.) 
Little (The) St. Anthony. (Fine 
arts. ) 

Longing. (Fine arts.) 
Luise (Queen). (Fine arts.) 
"Madonna." (Fine arts.) 
Oriental (An) woman with pheasant. 
(Fine arts.) 



Hanfstaengl (Franz), Munich, Germany: 

Pensive. (Fine arts.) 

Portrait of a child. (Fine arts.) 

Preparing for the ball. (Fine arts.) 

Rita. (Fine arts.) 

Rose (A). (Fine arts.) 

Skirmish (A). (Fine arts.) 

Stories of the war. (Fine arts.) 

Tom the rhymer. (Fine arts.) 

Venustas. (Fine arts.) 

With full steam. (Fine arts.) 
Harper & brothers, New York : 

Crockett (Samuel Rutherford). Kit 
Kennedy, country boy. (Books: 1.) 

Dewey (Admiral). (Photographs.) 

Forman (Lewis Learning). A first 
Greek book. (Books: 1.) 

Gridley (Capt), Admiral Dewey, 
and Capt. Lamberton. (Photographs.) 

Lee (Albert). He, she, and thev. 
(Books: 1.) 

Morgan (Morris Hickey). A school 
Latin grammar. (Books: 1.) 

Mnnroe (Kirk). Forward, march. 
(Books: 1.) 

[Scott, Hugh S.] The sowers. 
(Books: 1.) 
Harris (Chas. Henry), Milan, 111. : 

Ramsey (Geo.) on his 100th birthday. 
(Photographs.) 
Harris (Chas. K.), Milwaukee: 

Ma baby Hannah. James O'Dea and 
John Raymond Hubbell. (Music.) 
Harsbberger (John W.), Philadelphia: 

Harshberger (J.W.) The botanists 
of Philadelphia and their work. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hart (Edward), Easton, Pa. : 

Langenbeck (Karl). Tbe chemistry 
of pottery. (Books: 1.) 

Hart (Patrick J.), New York : 

Hart (P. J.) How onr Dewey 
crushed the Spaniards at Manila. 
(Books: 3.) 

Harte (Bret), London: 

Harte (B.) Mr. Bilson's house- 
keeper. (Books: 3.) 

Harvey (Martha H.), Annisqnam, Mass. : 

Annisquam church. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Annisquam lighthouse. (, Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Lobster cove. (Engravings, cuts. 
and prints.") 

Long beach. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Midsummer noon. Annisqnam Point. 
(Photographs.) 

Old (The) bridge. Annisquam. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Sand dunes and summer clouds. 
(Photographs.) 

Yacht (The) club. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 



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Heath (D. C.) & co., Boston: 

Barton (Samuel Marx). An elemen- 
tary treatise on the theory of equations. 
(Books: 1.) 

Cooper (James Fennimore). The last 
of the Mohicans. (Books: 1.) 
Hershler (N.), Washington: 

Herskler (N.) The soldiers' pocket 
companion. (Books: 1.) 
Heugel et cie., Paris : 

Aiiie (L') cles roses. Edrnond Missa. 
(Music.) 
Ave Maria. A.Perilhou. (Music.) 

Cendrillon. J. Massenet. 

(Music.) 

Ad. Herman. (Music.) 

J. A. Anschutz. (Music.) 

Entr'acte-Rigaudon de Xaviere. Th. 
Dubois. A. Trojelli. (Music.) 

Papa (Le) de Francine. L. Varney ; 
A. Trojelli. (Music.) 

Sicilienne de Cavalleria Rusticana. 
P. Mascagni; A. Trojelli. (Music.) 

Sommeil (Le) de Cendrillon. Masse- 
net; A. Trojelli. (Music.) 
Higgins (W. W.), Santa Barbara, Cal. : 
Cemeter} T , Santa Barbara Mission. 
(Photographs.) 

Santa Barbara country club house, 
from the west. (Photographs.) 
Hilles (L. B.), New York : 

Chickens come home to roost. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hills (Penrose J.), Chicago: 

Hills (P.J.) Chicago mortgage ab- 
stract. (Books: 2.) 
Hinsdale (Guy), Philadelphia: 

American climatological association. 
Transactions. (Books: 1.) 
Hodge (Richard Morse), Nashville, Tenn. : 
Hodge (R. M.) Historical atlas and 
chronology of the life of Jesus Christ. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hoffman (Carl), Kansas City, Mo. : 

My beautiful Annabel. Harry Haley. 
(Music.) 
Hoffinan (Mrs. S. Libbie), Delniont, Pa. : 
Welcome to our boys in blue. S. 
Libbie Hoffman. (Music.) 
Hoffman (William), Salt Lake City,Utah : 
Hoffman ( W.) Our wants are many, 
but our needs are few. (Books: 2.) 
Holmes (Mary J.), Brockport, N. Y. : 

Holmes (M. J.) The Tracy diamonds. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hood (John J.), Philadelphia: 

Harbor (The) light. F. F. Carpenter ; 
Edwin Gardner. (Music.) 

I have found a friend so true. Ed- 
win V. Adams; J. Wesley Hughes. 
(Music.) 
Hooper (I.) and Falbe (L. C), London : 
Singer of Marly. (Dramatic compo- 
sitions.) 
Horner (John B.), Corvallis, Oreg. : 

Horner (John B. ) Oregon literature. 
(Books: 1.) 



Hough (Franklin H.), Washington: 

Hough (F. H.) Valuable advice con- 
cerning foreign patents. (Books: 2.) 
Houghton, Mifflin & co., Cambridge, 
Mass. : 

Browning (Robert) The poetic and 
dramatic works of. (Books: 1.) 
The ring and the book. (Books : 

1.) 

Hall (Ruth). The boys of Scrooby. 
(Books: 1.) 

Stowe (Harriet Beecher). Uncle 
Tom's cabin. (Books: 1.) 
Howley, Haviland &. co., New York: 

Ginger Lou. E. P. Moran ; Kelso 
Murdock. (Music.) 

Little black me. Thurland Chatta- 
way. (Music.) 

My girl. Paul Barnes. (Music.) 
Summer (A) girl's frolic. Louie 
Maurice. (Music.) 

That'll be 'bout all for you. By Ned 
Way burn. (Music.) 
Hug (Gebruder) & co., Leipzig: 

Dreierlei. C. Attenhofer. Partitur 
u.stimmen. (Music.) 

Hexe (Die). Josef Huggenberger; 
C. Attenhofer. (Music.) 
Hugg (Geo. C), Philadelphia: 

Summerland. Geo. C. Hugg; Adam 
Geibel, etc. (Music.) 

Wonderful day. Powell G. Fithian. 
(Music.) 
Hull (Asa), New York: 

Glad festal day. Marion Froelich; 
G. Froelich. (Music.) 

Hull's quarterly programmes for Sun- 
day schools. (Music.) 
Hull (Wycliffe J.), Iola, Kans. : 

Hull (W.J.) Physiology, drawings, 
and outlines. (Books: 2.) 
Hutchison (John R.), Salt Lake City: 
Hutchison (J. R.) Hutchison's audit- 
ing system of actual business practice 
from start to finish. (Books: 2.) 
Hutsel (Floyd M.), Sioux City, Iowa: 
At midnight in lover's lane. Flo3 r d 
M. Hutsel. (Music.) 
Hyams (Henry, jr.), Brooklyn: 

New (A) boon to women. (Books : 2.) 
International (The) committee, Y. M. C. 
ass'n, New York: 

Ballantine (William G.), LL. D. In- 
ductive Bible study by books. (Books : 
2.) 
Ireland (Howard), Philadelphia: 

Ireland (H.) A green mariner. 
(Books: 1.) 
Jager (Julius), Berlin: 

Ein Hohenzollern-wort. L. Roppe; 
Hugo Maguhn. (Music. 
Jahn (Carl G.), Columbus, Ohio: 

Ohio circuit court, report of cases. 
(Books: 1.) 



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Jerome (Alonzo Wheeler), Springfield, 
111.: 

[Jerome. A. W.] The great dehate. 
(Books: 1.) 
Johnson (Belle), Monroe City, Mo. : 

"Felis (Miss)." (Photographs.) 

" Playmates." (Photographs.) 

" Posing." (Photographs.) 

"Resting a moment." (Photographs.) 

"Satisfied."'* (Photographs.) 
Johnson (T. & J. W.) &co., Philadelphia: 

Pennsylvania county court reports. 
(Books: 2.) 
Jones (Edward A.), North Cambridge, 
Mass. : 

Resident and business directory of 
Camden and Rockport, Maine, 1899. 
(Books: 1.) 
Jordan (John R.), Brooklvn : 

"By gosh, who'd think it?" (Photo- 
graphs.) 

"Did you say this was not a fine 
cow?" (Photographs.) 
Judge co., New York: 

At Sandy Hook. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Filipinos' (The) bugaboo. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Great (The) democratic show of 1896. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Great (The) democratic show of 1900. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

In the State of Georgia. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

More truth Thau poetry. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Off for the links. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Olympia. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

One thing that surprises the political 
bosses is, how did he get so big without 
a political pull? (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Thing (A) well begun is half done. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Why he wept. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
Kansas City star, Kansas City, Mo. : 

Trade in live stock. (Books: 3.) 
Katz (L.), New York: 

Hushed memories. (Photographs.) 

"Sheer necessity." (Photographs.) 
Keith, Prowse & co., London: 

Corinthian (The) girl. Paul A. Ru- 
bens. (Music.) 

Leila. Paul A. Rubens. (Music.) 

Now I am a queen. Paul A. Rubens. 
(Music.) 

Turn turn. Paul A. Rubens. (Music.) 
Kellogg (Elijah), Harpswell, Me. : 

Kellogg (E.) The spark of genius; 
or, The college life of James Trafton. 
(Books: 1.) 
Kemble & Mills pub. co., Philadelphia: 

Kemble (The) & Mills list of counsel. 
(Books: 2.) 

C680— Vol. 21, Ko. 1 6 



Kenney (Endorus C), Truxtou, N. Y. : 
Kenney (E. C). Thusettes. (Books: 
1.) 
Kilmer (G.L.),U. S. : 

Colorado heroes. (Books: 3.) 
Heroes of the war. (Books: 3.) 
Well done, Oregon! (Books: 3.) 
Kimberley (E. O.), Janesville, Wis. : 

Hamilton's badger boys. E.E.Bry- 
ant; E. O. Kimberley. (Music.) 
Kipling (Rudyard), England: 

Kipling (Rudyard). The courting of 
Dinah Shadd. (Books: 1.) 

The drums of the fore and aft. 

(Books: 1.) 

The incarnation of Krishna Mul- 

vaney. (Books: 1.) 

The man who would be king. 

(Books: 1.) 

Without benefit of clergy. 

(Books: 1.) 
Kirkpatrick (Win. J.), Philadelphia : 

Grateful praise. E.E.Hewitt: Wm. 
J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 

Unto us a child is born. Julia H. 
Johnston; Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Klopsch (Louis), New York : 

Talmage(r. De Witt). "Longevity." 
(Books: 3.) 
Knowles (Frederic Lawrence), Tilton, 
N. H. : 

Knowles (Frederic Lawrence). A 
Kipling primer. (Books: 1.) 
Kolander (Max), San Francisco: 

Kolander's time instructor, for man- 
dolin, guitar, banjor, or violin. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Kops bros., New York: 

Morning greeting. (Fine arts.) 
Krickser (Bernard), Boston : 

Corr (Rev. P. J.) (Photographs.) 
Lacy (A. D.), Benton Harbor, Mich. : 
Cristobal Colon. (Photographs.) 
Lancaster (James H.), New York: 

(pen (An) letter to acetylene gas 
users. (Hooks: 2.) 
Lamlrum (R. L.), Salt Lake City: 

Landrum's permanent terpsicorean 
college. ( Books : 2.) 

Langhorue (J. V.), Norfolk, Ya. : 

Langhorne (J. V.) Ji a baby got ma 
telegram. (Books: 
Lateiner (Joseph) New York : 

Yiidele; or, Per emeth nnfl 
scheker. (Dramatic compositioi 
Laughlin (William Ross), Kirksville, 
Mo.: 

Laughlin (W. R.) Anatomy in a nut- 
shell; or. Questions with tmswe - 
explanatory notes. (Books: I. 
Lawrence (W.J. ), New York: 

| 1 a\\ reiieo. \V. J.J A concise ,: . 
Admiral Ueorge Dewey, U. S. V 
(Books: L.) 



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Lawyers' cooperative \n\b. eo., Rochester, 
N.Y.: 

General digest, American and Eng- 
lish. (Books: 1.) 

Interstate commerce reports. (Books : 
2.) 
Leavenworth (F. H.) pnb. co., Detroit: 
Indicator's (The) digest of insurance 
decisions. (Books: 1.) 
Lee (Wm. H.), Chicago: 

Thorpe (Minerva). Two chums. 
(Books: 1.) 
Lee &, Shepard, Boston : 

Stratemeyer (Edward). Under Otis 
in the Philippines; or, A young officer 
in the tropics. (Books: 1.) 
Lennox (Benjamin G.), Chicago: 

Dominical (The) letter calendar. 
(Books: 2.) 
Lewis (John M.) & son, Cincinnati: 

Golden (The) jubilee saengerfest, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. ' (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints. ) 
Lewis manufacturing co., Milwaukee: 
Wonderful discovery. " Liquid su- 
gar." (Books: 2.) 
Lewis pub. co., Chicago : 

Illustrated American biography. 
(Books: 1.) 
Library bureau, Chicago: 

Dana (John Cotton). A library 
primer. (Books: 1.) 
Ligon (David Sylvester), Krum, Tex. : 
Ligon's portraiture of gospel preach- 
ers. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Lilley (M. C.) & co., Columbus, Ohio: 
Lilley (M. C.) & co. Illustrated cat- 
alogue of supplies for Masonic lodges. 
(Books: 1.) 
Lippincott (.1. B.) co., Philadelphia: 

Carey (Rosa Nouchette). My Lady 
Frivol. (Books: 1.) 
Little, Brown &. co.. Boston: 

Baker (Sir [George] Sherston). First 
steps in international law. (Books : 1. ) 
Daudet (Alphonse). Kings in exile. 
(Books: 1.) 

V\ illi.ims (Waterman Lester). Stat- 
utory torts in Massachusetts. (Books : 
1.) 
Loder (Cornelius S.), New York: 

Credit and information list, national 
confectionery manufacturers' board of 
trade. July, 1899. (Books: 2.) 

Of the national florists' board of 

trade. July, 1899. (Books: 2.) 
Longmans, Green & co.,New York: 

St. Clair (William T.) Ctesar for 
beginners. (Books: 1.) 
Lorenz (E. S.), Dayton, Ohio: 

Children's day treasury, no. 9. E. 
S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Easter (The) choir, no. 2. B. C. Un- 
seld. (Music.) 

Easter (The) victory. Ida Scott 
Taylor; E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 



Lorenz (E. S.), Dayton, Ohio: 

In sunny June. Jessie Brown Pounds; 
E. S. Lorenz. (Music). 
Lounsbury (Fred. ), Plainfield, N. J. : 
. Comrades. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Helping the girls out. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

On the beach at Asbury Park. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Typical (A) ranchman. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Young (The) trainer. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Lovell (A.) & co., New York: 

Shepard (Edwin). The graphic sys- 
tem of vertical penmanship. (Books: 
2.) 
Lovell (John A.) & co., Boston: 



America, 
prints.) 

Bo-peep, 
prints.) 

Country 



(Engravings, cuts, and 
(Engravings, cuts, and 
(A) road. (Engravings, 
(Engravings, 



cuts, and prints.) 

Game (A) of hearts, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Hot (A) bird and cold bottle for one. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Leader of the choir. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Oriental (An). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Washington (George). (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
McClnre (S. S.) co., New York: 

Hamlden (Herbert E.) We win. 
(Books: 3.) 

Warman (Cy). Chekko and Uncle 
Ben. (Books: 3.) 
Mc Daniel (Maggie Ford), Miltonvale, 
Kans. : 

God's eternal day. Maggie Ford Mc- 
Daniel. (Music.) 
McDonough (John T.), sec'y of the State 
of New York: 

New York. Miscellaneous reports. 
(Books: 1.) 
Mack (E. L. Reeve), Los Angeles, Cal. : 

Musical design and musical form, 
no. 1. E. L. Reeve Mack. (Music 
book.) 
Mackie co., Rochester, N. Y. : 

K'ochester street carnival march. C. 
Fleming. (Music.) 
Macmillan (The) co., New York: 

Appianus Alexandrinus. The Ro- 
man history of Appian of Alexandria. 
(Books: 1.) 

Hardin (Willett Lepley). The rise 
and development of the liquefaction of 
cases. (Books: 1.) 

Milton (John). An introduction to 
the prose and poetical works of John 
Milton. (Books: 1.) 

Seege (The) of Troye. (Books:!.) 



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Macmillan (The) co., New York: 

Smith (Walter). Methods of knowl- 
edge. (Books: 1.) 

Tarde (Gabriel). Social laws. 
(Books: 1.) 
MacNutt (Howard), New York: 

Abbas Effendi. (Photographs.) 
Mallmann (Jacob E.), Shelter Island, 
N. Y. : 

Mallmann (Jacob E.) Historical pa- 
pers on Shelter Island and its Presby- 
terian Church, with genealogical tables. 
(Boohs: 1.) 
Mansfield (D.). San Francisco: 

Talmud (The). D. Mansfield. (Music.) 
Mansfield (M. T.) & Wessels (A.), New 
York : 

Kiplingiana. (Books: 1.) 
Margetson (Geo. Reg.), Boston: 

Mar^etsou (Geo. Reg.) Ring in free- 
dom in the South. (Books: 2.) 
Matthews (T. Henry, jr.), Hazleton, Pa.: 
" Ricardo Delmez." (Dramatic com- 
positions.) 
Mayo (E. W.), New York: 

Mayo (E. W.) America street-rail- 
w ay kings. (Books: 3.) 
Merrill (R. S.), Minneapolis, Minn. : 

Present, 20th century and future. 
(Photographs.) 
Metropolitan job print, New York: 

Carter (Mrs. Leslie). Fancy dress. 
(Chromos and lithographs.) 
Michels (Nicholas), Chicago: 

[Michels, Nicholas.] Numa's vision. 
(Books: 1.) 
Miller (Bert Ritter), Reading, Pa. : 

Train (The) robbers. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Mills (Frank B. ), Kosehill, N.Y. : 

New Columbia and true dark Stinson 
beet. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Mills (F. A.), New \ork : 

Now I wants ma pay. Will Kilroy; 
Alb. H. Fitz. (Music). 

Kounders' (The) march. Jack 
Schaeler. (Music.) 
Minuich (C. G.), Chicago: 

Beautiful water lilies. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Moore (S. H.) & co., New York : 

Ladies' (The) world complete pre- 
mium list for 1899-1900. (Books: 2.) 
Morning star pub. house, Boston : 

Morning star symbols. (Books: 2.) 
Morris (Michael), Toledo, Ohio: 

Morris' brief methods in mixed num- 
bers. (Hooks: 2.) 
Morristown school, Morristown, N. J. : 
Morri.stown school march. Robert 
W.Atkinson. (Music.) 
Morton ( A. B.), Ingram, Pa. : 

Righteous (The) man. A. B. Morton. 
(Music.) 
Moynahau (F. E.), Danvers, Mass. : 

[MoyDahan, F. E.] Danvers, Mass. 
(Books: 1.) 



I Munger (R. S.), Birmingham, Ala. : 

Munger (The) system. (Books: 2.) 
J Munro (Norman L.), New York : 

Old Cap Collier library. (Books: 2.) 
Mutual mercantile agency, New York: 

Key to rating. (Books: 2.) 
National copper plate co., Grand Rapids, 
Mich. : 

Keeler (William H,) (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

McGraw (John J.) (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
National correspondence institute, Wash- 
ington : 
Science announcement. (Books: 2.) 
National phonograph co., Orange, N. J. : 
How to repair a speaker. (Books: 2.) 
I Nelson (Thomas H.), Indianapolis: 

Garden of spices. Flora B. Nelson, 
Fannie Birdsall, T. H. Nelson. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Nelson mfg. co., New York : 

Old " Rubber Neck." (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
New century pub. co., Chicago : 

Alwyn (Theos.) The Psvchic stream. 
(Books: 1.) 
Newnes (George), ltd., Great Britain: 
Curiosities. (Books: 3.) 
Neufeld (Charles). In the Khalifa's 
clutches; or, My twelve years' captiv- 
ity in chains in Omdurman. (Books: 
3.) 
New York life insurance co., New York: 
Automatic (An) investment. (Books : 
2.) 

New York life insurance - company. 
Practical suggestions to the medical 
examiners. (Books: 1.) 
Niccolls (Francis A.) & co., Boston: 

Sue (Eugene). Arthur and Indo- 
lence. (Books: 1.) 
Nichols (J. L.) &. co., Naperville, 111. : 
[Nichols, J. L., & co.] Lightning 
calculator for selling cotton, picking 
cotton, etc. (Books: 1.) 
Norris (Zoe Anderson), U. S. : 

Norris (Z. A.) Their golden wed- 
ding. (Books: 3.) 
Novello & co., ltd., London : 

As the earth bringeth forth her bud. 
A. Herbert Brewer. (Music. | 

In every place incense shall be of- 
fered up. ' John E. West. (Mush >.) 

It is the hour. Lord Byron. Charles 
H.Fogg. (Music.) 

'Prentice (The) pillar. Guy Eden; 
Reginald Somerville. (Music.) 

Processional march. A. C. Macken- 
zie. 5 nos. (Music) 

Song dames. Wilfred Bendall. nos. 
1-6. (Music.) 
Noyes (Henry D.) ^V co.. Boston: 

' Day (A) of s.mg and gladness. Ma- 
rion West; J. E. Trowbridge, Ralph 
Kinder, aud others. (Musio.) 



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Noyes (Henry D.) & co., Boston: 

National (The) concert quarterly for 
Sunday schools. (Books: 2.) 
Noyes (John B.), Palmyra, Wis. : 

Noyes (J. B.) Glimpses of the 
Christ. (Books: 1.) 
Page (Elliott B.) & co., New York: 

[S. B.] Beacon fires. (Books: 1.) 
Page (L. C.) & co., Boston : 

Pool (Maria Louise). Little Ber- 
muda. (Books: 1.) 

Robinson (Edith). A little daugh- 
ter of liberty. (Books: 1.) 
Paige (W. H.) & co., Terre Haute, Ind. : 
Picture (The) of his sweetheart. 
Geo. Davenport. (Music.) 
Parker (C. M.), Taylorville, 111. : 

Smith (Geo. Washington). Notes on 
United States history, to accompany 
the course of study for the Common 
schools of Illinois. (Books: 1.) 
Parkinson co., New York: 

"D. 28." (Photographs.) 
Patten (Gilbert), Camden, Me. : 

Patten (G.) Where sweet winds 
blow. (Books: 1.) 
Peasley (Frederick M.) and Carmody 
(Terrence F.). Waterbury, Conn.: 

Peasley (F.M.) and Carmody (T. F.). 
Annotations for the Connecticut stat- 
utes. (Books: 2.) 
Peck (Geo. W.), Milwaukee, Wis.: 

Peck's Uncle Ike, and the red-headed 
boy. (Books: 3.) 
Penn publishing company, Philadelphia: 
Perils of a great city. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Perkins (Henry S.), England: 

Heart's (The) plaint. Motherwell; 
Henry S. Perkins. (Music.) 
Pfister (J. J.), San Francisco: 

Pfister (J. J.) Catalogue no. 10. 
(Books: 2.) 
Phillips (Jane Josephine), Loudon: 

Peace. Sir Edwin Arnold; Blanche 
Eryl. (Music.) 
Piatti (Peter G. ) and Detgen (John M.), 
New York : 

I'll drink to the boys in blue. Peter 
G. Piatti; John M. Detgen. (Music.) 
Pierson (J. Garth waite), Southampton, 
L. L: 

Pierson (J. G.) The anatomy and 
physiology of the appendix venni- 
forinis. (Books: 2.) 
Placht (J.) & son, St. Louis: 

Klondike gold march and two-step. 
A. A. Stoll; E. A. Stomian. (Music.) 
Piatt (Charles Telford), Hoboken, N.J. : 
Piatt (C.T.) " 1 irst lesson in pho- 
nography." (Pooks: 2.) 
Polly (K. L.) and Oles (G. AY.), Canon 
City, Colo. : 

Beyond the hills. G. W. Oles. 
(Music.) 
Velma. G. W. Oles. (Music.) 



Pond (Wm. A.) & co., New York: 

"Auf wiedersehn." Frederick E. 
Weatherly ; Richard Hoffman. (Music.) 
Musical (The) writing book. H. G. 
Tiepke. (Music.) 

Rippling rivulet. J. Ernest Perring. 
(Music.) 
Roomatiz. C. P. Cranch. (Music.) 
; Poole (Louella C), Boston: 

Montague (Fannie S. ) Twelve scenes 
from Shakespeare. (Books: 2.) 
! Potter (Jeffery W.), Perryville, R. I. : 

Potter (J. W.) Poems of New Eng- 
land and our country. (Books: 1.) 
Powers (E.L.) co., New York: 

American electrical directory and 
buyers' manual. (Books: 2.) 
Pratt (P.M.), Chicago: 

Pratt (E.M.) Desirable longevity. 
(Books: 3.) 

Gifts and gettings. (Books: 3.) 

Prentis (Noble L.), Kansas City, Mo. : 
Prentis (N. L.) A history of Kansas. 
(Books: 1.) 
Presser (Theodore), Philadelphia: 

Gondoleria. F.Liszt; Maurits Leef- 
son. (Music.) 

Sight-reading album, v. 2. Chas. 
W.Landon. (Music.) 
Price & Lee co., New Haven, Conn. : 

Ansonia, Derby, Shelton, and Sey- 
mour directory, 1899. (Books: 1.) 
Stamford directory, 1899. (Books: 1.) 
Priestmau (James), New York: 

Strayed from the fold. (Fine arts.) 
Rahter (D.), Hamburg: 

Canzonetta. P. Tschaikowsky; Au- 
gust Reinhard. (Music.) 
Rand, McNally & co., Chicago: 

Marsh (Charles Peonard). Agentle- 
mau juror. (Books: 1.) 
Raymond (Albert M.), Washington : 

Raymond (A M.) The De Vara fam- 
ily. (Books: 3.) 
Readington (J. C. O.), New York: 

Dewey (Admiral) since the battle of 
M anil a . ( E n gra v i n gs, c u t s, an d prin ts . ) 
Revel 1 (Fleming H.) co., Chicago: 

Williams (M. B.) If any man will, 
and other sermons. (Books: 1.) 
Rice ( Wm. S.), Adams, N. Y. : 

Cure (A) for piles. (Books: 2.) 
Home (The) doctor. (Books: 2.) 
Kidney cure. (Books: 2.) 
Rice (Dr. W. S.), Adams, N. Y., 
specialist. (Books: 2.) 

Pice (The) system invigorator. 
(Books: 2.) 

Varicocele. (Books: 2.) 
Rich (H. S.) & co., Chicago: 

Siehel (John E.) Compend of me- 
chanical refrigeration. (Books: 1.) 
Richardson (M. T.), New York : 

Skeleton (The) of the horse. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 



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Kicordi (G.) & c.,Milano: 

Adieu, Suzon. Alfred de Musset; 
Amherst Webber. (Music.) 

Aiusi chantait grand'rnere! Edmond 
Missa. (Music.) 

Gracieuse. Ernest Gillet. (Music.) 

Lullaby. Sybil Amherst; Amherst 
Webber. (Music.) 

Mes chers souvenirs. Ernest Gillet. 
(Music.) 

My fancy's queen. Martin Peerson; 
Amherst Webber. (Music.) 

Night in the desert. Southey; 
Amherst Webber. (Music.) 

Poeme de mai. Armand Silvestre; 
Amherst Webber. (Music.) 

Promenade. Edmond Missa. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Sonnet. Alfred de Musset; Amherst 
AYebber. (Music.) 

Vieille chanson. YictorHugo; Am- 
herst Webber. (Music.) 
Ries & Erler, Berlin : 

Drei melodien. Sally Liebling. 
(Music.) 
Robbins (Lizzie Pope), New Bedford, 
Mass. : 

Robbins (Charles Henry). The 
gam, beiug a group of whaling stories. 
(Books: 1.) 
Rockwood photographer co.,New York: 

Duval (Horace Clark). (Photo- 
grapbs.) 

Hillis (Newell Dwight). (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Jessup (Morris K.) (Photographs.) 

Lauterbach (Edward). (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Reick (Wm.C.) (Photographs.) 
Rogers bros. music pub. co., New York: 

Day (The) that Dewey lands in New 
York city 
Levi. (Music.) 

She is a belle. Max Rogers. (Music.) 

You can't bully dis yer nigger. Geo. 
E.Stoddard. (Music.) 
Rolfe electric co., Chicago: 

Strong current protectors. (Books: 
2.) 
Rosenthal (Florence Coleman), Chicago: 

Gipsy (The) maid. (Dramatic com- 
positions.) 
Rough notes co., Indianapolis: 

Indiana insurance directory. (Books : 
1.) 
Rowell (Ceo. P.), New York : 

American newspaper directory. 
(Books: 1.) 
Ruelil (Robert C.),New York: 

Bessie. Morris Jacoby, (Music.) 
Salem commercial school, inc., Salem, 
Mass. : 

Modern witchcraft. (Books: 2.) 
Salzer (W.), Leipzig: 

Engelsgriisse in der Heiligen nacht! 
Otto von Walden. (Music.) 



Salzer (W. ), Leipzig: 

Frublingsbilder. Carl H. Doring. 

Nos. 1-5. (Music.) 

O du frohliche Weihnachtszeit ! Otto 

von Walden. (Music.) 

Schi iter's traum. Otto von Walden. 

(Music.) 
Schwalbe (Der) gruss. Otto von 

Walden. (Music.) 

Schnsucht. Nach der Jugendzeit. 

Heinrich Pfeil; Otto von Walden. 

(Music.) 
Tyroler bue und sennerin. Ernst 

Simon. (Music.) 

Wenn die rosen bliih'n. Otto von 

Walden. (Music.) 
Sampson, Murdock & co., Providence: 
Providence street directory, 1899. 

(Books: 2.) 
Sanborn (Benj. H.) & co., Boston: 

New York (State) constitution. The 

constitution of New York. (Books: 

1.) 
Sanborn (J. B.) co., Chicago: 

Coal dealers' (The) "blue book." 

(Books: 1.) 
Sanborn-Perris map co. ; limited, New 

York: 

Alma, Nebr. (Maps and charts.) 
Auburn, Wash. (Maps and charts.) 
Baldwin city, Kans. (Maps and 

charts.) 

Blaine, Wash. (Maps and charts.) 
Blissfield, Mich. (Maps and charts.) 
Cannon Falls, Minn. (Maps and 

charts.) 
Central City, Nebr. (Maps and 

charts.) 
Cumberland, Wis. (Maps and 

charts.) 
Deerneld, Mich. (Maps and charts.) 
Erie, Kans. (Maps and charts.) 
Grafton, Mass. (Maps and charts.) 
LaConner, Wash. (Maps and charts.) 
Moreuci, Mich. (Maps and charts.) 
Nashville, ill. (Maps and charts.) 
Okawville, 111. (Maps and charts.) 
Ottawa, Kans. (Maps and charts.) 
Pender, Nebr. (Maps and charts ) 
Pouca, Nebr. (Maps and charts.) 
St. Croix Falls. Wis. (Maps and 

charts. ) 

Schoolcraft, Mich. (Maps and 

charts.) 
Saunders (W. B.), Philadelphia : 

Anders (James Meschter), A text- 
book of the practice oi medicine. 

(Books: 1.) 
Scheuer (Max), Russell (John H.), Soth- 

cran (Charles), Peckhara (Wm, EL), and 

llii.bs (Philip P. D.), U.S.: 
Sheikhs of the Kaaba, defenders o\ 

the Mystic shrine. (Books: 2.) 

Scliloss (Jacob), New York: 

Lomaa (Sallie). (Photographs.) 



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Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston: 

At parting. F. W. Bancroft; W. 
Herrmann. (Music.) 

In the moonlight. F. W. Bancroft; 
Johannes Pache. (Music.) 

O happy time, O blissful dream. F. 
W. Bancroft; Franz Hartenstein. (Mu- 
sic.) 

On the road. F. W. Bancroft; Max 
Stange. (Music.) 
Schreck (Elmer L.), Reading, Pa. : 

Reading, 1899. City gnide and | 
pocket business directory. (Books: 2.) | 
Schroeder (J. H.), New York: 

Birds in the forest. Edwin J. De- 
cevee. (Music.) 

Dairymaids' valse. Edwin J. Dece- 
vee. (Music.) 

Dance in the barn. Edwin J. Dece- 
vee. (Music.) 

Farmer boys. Edwin J. Decevee. 
(Music.) 

Gathering wild flowers. Edwin J. 
Decevee. (Music.) 

Hay ride (The). Edwin J. Decevee. 
(Music.) 

In the hammock. Edwin J. Decevee. 
(Music.) 

Meadow dance. Edwin J. Decevee. 
(Music.) 

Merry (The) harvesters. Edwin J. 
Decevee. (Music.) 

On the lake. Edwin J. Decevee. 
(Music.) 

Song of the brook. Edwin J. Dece- 
vee. (Music.) 

Under the maple tree. Edwin J. 
Decevee. (Music.) 
Schuberth (Edward) & co., New York : 

Give Cinda the cake. March and 
two step. Theo. A.Metz. (Music.) 

Marehemilitaire. Schubert-Tausig; 
Heinrich Germer. (Music.) 

Polka de la reine. J. Raff ; Heinrich 
Germer. (Music.) 

Rounders (The). Harry B. Smith; 
Ludwig Englander. 4 nos. (Music.) 

Valse, E minor. F. Chopin; Hein- 
rich Germer. (Music.) 
Schumacher (F. G. ), Los Angeles, Cal. : 

Modjeska (Madam). (Photographs.) 
Schwerzel (Carlo), Leipzig: 

Addio, bella Napoli. Carlo Schwer- 
zel. (Music.) 
Scott, Foresman & co., Chicago: 

Eliot (George). Silas Marner. 
(Books: 1.) 
Scribner's (Charles) sons, New York : 

Beard (Wolcott Le Clair). Sand and 
cactus. (Books: 1.) 

Davis (Richard Harding). The lion 
and the unicorn. (Books: 1.) 

Grant (Robert). The art of living. 
(Books: 1.) 

Searchlight letters. (Books: 1.) 

Hamblen (Herbert Elliott). The 
yarn of a Bucko mate. (Books: 1.) 



Scribner's (Charles) sons, New York: 
Hentv (George Alfred). No surren- 
der! (Books: 1.) 
A roving commission. (Books: 

1.) 

Won by the sword. (Books : 1.) 

Imbert de Saint-Armand, Arthur 
Leon Caron. France and Italy. 
(Books: 1.) 

Miiller (FrederichMax). AuldLang 
Syne. (Books: 1.) 

Munroe (Kirk). Midshipman Stu- 
art. (Books: 1.) 

Perry (Bliss). The powers at play. 
(Books: 1.) 
Shepard (Frank), Chicago: 

Shepard's national system of adhe- 
sive annotations. (Books: 2.) 
Shiblev (Fred W.), Providence: 

Shibley (F. W.) A bundle of yarns. 
(Books: 1. ) 
Shuck (Oscar T.), San Francisco: 

Baker (Edward Dickinson). Elo- 
quence of the far west. (Books: 1.) 
Silver, Burdett & co., Boston: 

Williston (Samuel Wendell). The 
geology of Kansas. (Books: 1.) 
Simmons (Mrs. Eveline), Lakewood, 
Ohio: 

Simmons (Eveline). Truth. God 
sees each tender little child. (Books: 
2.) 

Mary's prayer. (Books: 2.) 

Simon (Carl), Berlin: 

Elegie. (E moll) fur harmonium, 
komponiert von Max Laurischkus: op. 
2. (Music.) 

Zwei lieder, fur miinnerchor. Hein- 
rich Chevallier. no. 2. (Music.) 
Simrock (N.), Berlin: 

Elegie. Joan Manen. (Music.) 

Petite suite espagnole. Joan Manen. 
nos. 1-5. (Music.) 

Plain tes et joies. Joan Manen. 
(Music.) 

Strophes d'amour. Joan Manen. 
(Music.) 

Suite. Joan Manen. (Music.) 
Sinclair (S. H.) co., Chicago: 

Sinclair (S. H.) company. Laundry 
machinery catalogue. (Books: 2.) 
Singley (B. Lloyd), Meadville, Pa. : 

Bishareen Arab camp, Assouan, 
Egypt. (Photographs.) 

Falling rocks, temple of Karnak, 
Thebes, Egypt. (Photographs.) 

Phyhe. north from first pylon, Egypt. 
(Photographs.) 

Sacred lake of Karnak, Egypt. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Sjoberg (A. L.), Union Hill, N. J. : 

Average date finder. (Books: 2.) 

Sjoberg (A. L.) Circular equaliza- 
tion table. (Books: 2.) 
Sleviu (Albert W.), St. Louis: 
Winner (A.) (Books: 2.) 



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Small, Maynard & co., Boston: 

Sawyer (Walter Leon). A local hab- 
itation. (Books: 1.) 
Smith (Alniiron), Syracuse, N. Y. : 

Smith (Almiroo). Light among the 
shadows; or, how and when I became 
blind. (Books: 1.) 
Smith (Charles Andrew), Waterville, Me. : 
"Cristobal Colon,"' ''Oquendo." 
"Vizcaya," "Maria Teresa," "Fulton." 
(Photographs.) 
Smith (Gertrude), Boston : 

Smith (G.) A desert made glad. 
(Bouks: 3.) 
Smith (Jeremiah), Cambridge, Mass. : 
Smith (J.) Cases on selected topics 
in the law of persons. (Books: 1.) 
Soney & Sage, Newark, N. J. : 

Bradley (J ohn A. ) Cases cited in the 
New Jersey reports. (Books: 1.) 
Spanhoofd (Arnold Werner), Washing- 
ton : 

Spanhoofd (Arnold Werner) Lehr- 
buch der deutschen sprache. (Books: 

1.) 
Spanish-American educational co., St. 
Louis : 

Guardiola (Bartolo). La grama'tica 
al alcance de los niuos. (Books: 1.) 
Spiers (Richard N.), New York: 

Spiers (R.N.) Catalogue of designs. 
(Books: 2.) 
Standard fashion co., New York: 

Colored fashion plate. -(Chronics 
and lithographs.) 
Stern (Jos. W.) & co., New York: 

I don't understand ragtime. Irving 
Jones. (Music.) 

I will love yon to the last. Johnnie 
Carroll. (Music.) 

I've got chickens on the brain. El- 
mer Bowman, Al. Johns; W. H. Tyers. 
(Music.) 

Only you. Will A. Heelan; Geo. 
Hamilton. (Music.) 
Stevens (Fred Park), Colorado Springs, 
Colo. : 

Colorado state capitol building. 
(Photographs.) 

Fireworks illumination on Pike's 
Peak. (Photographs.) 

St. Bernard. (Photographs.) 
Steves (F. M.), Topeka, Kans.: 

Steves' vest-pocket capitol guide, 
Topeka, Kans. (Books: 2.) 
Stewart (Frances G.), and McCracken 
(G. Ewing), Chicago: 

Stewart (F. G.), McCracken (G. 

Ewing). Patent aluminum ferrule 

wool dusters. Price list. (Books: 2.) 

Stokes (Frederick A.) company, New 

York: 

Princesse (La) Lointaine. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 

Walkey (S.) For the sake of tho 
duchesse. (Books: 1.) 



Stone (Herbert S.) & co.. Chicago: 

Morrison (Arthur). To London town. 
(Books: 1.) 
Stone (H. N ) & co., Davenport, Iowa: 
Stone's Rock Island, 111., city direct- 
ory. (Books: 1.) 
Storey (Charles Robert), Lowell, Mass. : 
First (The) American flag raised in 
Porto Rico. (Photographs.) 
Street & Smith, New York: 

Diamond Dick, jr. (Books: 2.) 
Nick Carter weekly. (Books: 2.) 
Tip-top weekly. (Books: 2.) 
Streeter (Metta E.), Springfield, Mass. : 
Home from Manila. March and two- 
step. Metta E. Streeter. (Music.) 
Strickler ( Walter C. ) Philadelphia : 

Strickler (Theodore D.) When and 
where we met each other. (Books: 1.) 
Strobridgelitho. co., Cincinnati: 

Courier. (Chromos and lithographs.) 
Figures and lettering. (Chromos and 
lithographs. 

Seven portraits. (Chromos and lith- 
ographs.) 
Strohmeyer & Wyman, Arlington, N. J.: 
Connected. The nuptial ceremony. 
(Photographs.) 

Great (The) 13-in. guns and brave 
gunner boys, seagoing battle ship 
"Iowa." (Photographs.) 

"Old Glory" flies proudly on the 
noble "Oregon." (Photographs.) 
Sun pub. co., Attleboro, Mass : 

Manufacturing (The) jewelers' sales- 
men's association. The jobber's pocket 
guide and memorandum book for 1899. 
(Hooks: 1.) 
Tarns ( Arthur W.), New York : 

I'm cert'ny a prominent coon. Smith 
&. Bowman. (Music.) 
Taylor (Charles Henry), Woburn, Mass. : 
Kitchen of Count Rumford's birth- 
place. (Photographs.) 
Taylor (S.T.),New York: 

Diagram of circular skirt. (Books: 
2.) 
Thiebes-Stierlin music co., St. Louis: 
Filth nocturne. J. Ley bach. (Music.) 
Palms (The). ,1. Leybach. (Music.) 
Thorn pson (Garrett W.), Philadelphia : 
Thompson (G. W.) Blatter aus dem 
leben. (Hooks: 1.) 
Thompson music co., Chicago: 

Louisiana rag two-step. Theo. H. 
Northrup. (Music ) 
Thurman (C. T.), Nashville, Tenia.: 

Thunmin (C. T.) The Thurman rules 
for reckoning time. (Books: I.) 
Tillman (Harry) & co.,New York: 

Danceoi the zephyrs. Robert Cone, 
(Music. ) 

Padishah (The). William Loraine. 
(Music.) 
Tipton (Wm. II. ), Gettysburg, Pa. : 

Devil's den. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 



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Tipton (Wm. H.), Gettysburg, Pa. : 

High (The) watermark of the rebel- 
lion. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Soldiers' (The) national cemetery, 
Gettysburg, Pa. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Statue of Gen. Geo. G. Meade and 
General Meade's headquarters. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Summit of Little Round Top and 
Warren statue. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Where Reynolds fell and statue of 
Gen. John F.' Reynolds. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Tompkins (Daniel Augustus), Charlotte, 
N. C.: 

Tompkins (D. A.) Cotton mill, com- 
mercial features. (Books: 2.) 
Topographical map and survey co., In- 
dianapolis: 

Indianapolis, Ind. (bicycle and driv- 
ing map of;. (Maps and charts.) 
Tousey (Frank), New York : 

Pluck and luck. (Books : .2.) 

Secret service. (Books: 2.) 

Work and win. (Books: 2.) 
Town topics pub. co., New York : 

MacGregor(Anne). Famine of hearts. 
(Books: 1.) 
Treichler (Albert J.), Bangor, Pa. : 

Treichler (A. J.) Protestantism vs. 
Romauism. (Books: 1.) 
Tribune printing co., South Bend, Ind. : 

Bartlett(Chades H. ) and Lyon (Rich- 
ard H.) La Salle in the valley of St. 
Joseph. (Books: 1.) 
Tullar-Meredith co., Chicago: 

Chimes of Easter. I. H. Meredith; 
Grant Colfax Tullar. (Music.) 

Easterpraise. I.H.Meredith; Grant 
Colfax Tullar. (Music.) 
Turnbull (Ralph Frank), New York: 

On the rustic bridge, Winsor lake, 
Ulster county, N. Y. ( Photographs. ) 

Stone steps, Sam's point, Shawangunk 
mountains, Ulster county, N. Y. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Winsor lake, Ulster county, N. Y. 
(Photographs.) 
Turner (C. Y.), New York: 

Departure of Raleigh expedition. 
(Fine arts.) 
Turner (E. F. ), Youkers, N. Y. : 

Turner's annual directory of the city 
ofYnnkers. (Books: 1.) 
Underwood & Underwood, New York: 

Coghlan (Captain) and wife. One of 
Dewey's fighting captains on the 
"Raleigh." (Photographs.) 

"Raleigh'' (The). This gun and 
crew fire I the first shot in Manila bay. 
(Photographs.) 
United States (The) supply house, New 
York : 

Rules and instructions to managers. 
(Books: 2.) 



University pub. co., New York : 

Cicero [Marcus Tullius]. Eleven 
orations of Cicero. (Books: 1.) 
Valentine bros., Janesville, Wis. : 

Proofs of the pudding. (Books: 2.) 
Yories (Hervey D.), Indianapolis: 

Vories' laboratory method of teaching 
rapid addition. (Books: 2.) 
Wagner (W. H.) & son, Freeport, 111. : 

Rouen ducks. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
Walrath ( Walter Kellogg), Adams. N. Y. : 

Explanation (An). (Books: 2.) 

I gasp for breath. (Books: 2.) 
Ward (Mina), Escondido, ( ,'al. : 

Ward (Mina) the dictator. (Books: 

1.) 
Warren (George A.), Boston: 

Winship (John Perkins Cushing). 
Historical Brighton. (Books: 1.) 
Wasson (Chas. L.), Lincoln, 111. : 

Beauties of Milan cathedral (s. e. cor- 
ner), Milan, Italy. (Photographs.) 

Campo Santo, Genoa, Italy. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

Capuchin catacombs, Palermo, Sicily. 
(Photographs.) 

Congealed spray, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
(Photographs.) 

"Curfew (The) tolls the knell of part- 
ing day." Lake Lucerne, Switzerland. 
(Photographs.; 

Famous (The) highway, Axenstrasse 
and Lake Lucerne, Fluelen, Switzer- 
land. (Photographs.) 

Great (The) Milan cathedral, Italy. 
(Photographs.) 

Home (A) scene at Mount Saleve. 
(Photographs.) 

In a ruined palace excavated at Pom- 
peii, Italy. (Photographs.) 

"Look out, Spot, Jack will bite you." 
(Photographs.) 

Lying the mountains between, beau- 
tiful is, glittering glacier, Grindel- 
wald. (Photographs.) 

"Me finks zat fower dot in my eye." 
(Photographs.) 

Neapolitan street life, Naples, Italy. 
(Photographs.) 

Rock (The) of Gibraltar, Strait of 
Gibraltar. (Photographs. ) 

Ruined (The) convent of Giovanni, 
Palermo, Italy. (Photographs.) 

Steamer "Spartan Prince" at sea. 
(Photographs.) 

Swiss girls in Bernese and P'rench- 
Swiss costumes, Switzerland. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Syringas. (Photographs.) 

Wetterhorn (The), from a Swiss dairy 
farm, Switzerland. (Photographs.) 

Where gently flows the classic Aare, 

French Switzerland. (Photographs.) 

Weber, I- ields & Stromberg, New York: 

Because she loved him so. Howard 
Wall; Samuel H. Speck. (Music.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Weber, Fields & Stromberg, New York: 

My gal, Viola. Josei>h Hart. (Music.) 
Weekes & co., Loudon : 

Somewhere, far away. Harold Boul- 
ton; Lionel Hume. (Music.) 
Welman (Charles Caesar), London: 

Welman (C. C.) Padlock cipher. 
(Books: 2.) 
Wentworth (G. A.), Exeter, N. H. : 

Wentworth (G. A.) Plane and solid 
geometry. (Books: 1.) 
Werner (The) co., Akron, Ohio: 

Eisenbahu-regimenter, nr. 1 und nr. 
2. (Chromos and lithographs.) 

Feurnde artillerie, Nassauisches feld- 
artillerie regiment, nr. 27. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 

Lanzenfechten kurassier regiment 
von Sendlitz (Magdeburg), nr. 7. 
(Chromos and lithographs.) 

S. M. Aviso " Wacht " beleuchtet S. M. 
Panzerdecks-kreuzer zweiter klasse 
"Kaiserin Augusta.' 7 (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

S. M. Panzerdecks kreuzer zweiter 
klasse " Princess Wilhelm" und " Irene' 7 
bei Dover. (Chromos and lithographs,) 

S. M. Panzerkreuzer "Fiirst Bis- 
marck. 77 (Chromos and lithographs.) 

S. M. Pauzerschiffe erster klasse 
"Kaiser Wilhelm II" und "Kaiser 
Friedrich III." (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

S. M. Panzerschiffe vierter klasse 
"Aegir" und S. M. Panzerdecks kreuzer 
dritter klasse "Gefion." (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 

Uebungen mit fesselballon an bord 
von torpedobooten. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 
Wetherell (Caroline), U. S. : 

Wetherell (Caroline). The jolly Job- 
bernowls go up in a balloon. (Books: 
3.) 
Whitehead & Hoag co., Newark, N. J. : 

Four of a kind. (Photographs.) 

His first smoke. (Photographs.) 

"Possession is nine points of the 
law." (Photographs.) 

Prince. (Photographs.) 

Sultan's (The) favorite. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Whitney (Mrs. Adeline D. T.), Milton, 
Mass. : 

Whitney (A. D. T.) Square pegs. 
(Books: 1.) 
Whittaker (Thomas), New York : 

Short (William). Christian science. 
(Books: 1.) 
Whittet & Shepperson, Richmond, Va. : 

Wood (T. W.) &, sous' fall catalogue. 
August, 1899. (Books: 2.) 
Wickins & co., Loudon : 

Flag (The) we'll love for aye. J. C. 
Wilson. (Music.) 



Wiley (W. T.), Pasadena, Cal. : 

As pants the hart. W. T. Wiley. 
(Music.) 
Willcocks & co., ltd., London: 

Farewell (A). Algernon H. Linds. 
(Music.) 

Hymn of the world. Edward Tesche- 
macher; Frederick Rosse. (Music.) 

Pilgrim's song. Paul England ; Peter 
Tschaikowsky. (Music.) 
Williams (Joseph), London: 

Love and life. Maurice Child. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Williams (J. E.), Binghamton, N. Y. : 

Williams' map of the city of Bing- 
hamton, N. Y. (Maps and charts.) 
Williams (Malcolm), New York: 

My watermelon boy. Malcolm Wil- 
liams. (Music.) 
Willig (Geo.) & co., Baltimore: 

Atlantic march and two-step. L. 
Frank Miller. (Music.) 
Wilse (A. B.), Seattle, Wash. : 

Basket (The) maker. (Photographs.) 
Basket (The) maker and canoe toy 
maker. (Photographs.) 

Cascade summit on Great Northern 
railway. (Photographs.) 

Great Norther u switch-back, west 
side, Cascade range, Wash. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Mount Baker, from range west of 
Steven's Pass. (Photographs.) 

West Coast chief "Majectla," a gray- 
haired Indian. (Photographs.) 
Wilson (Charles Edward), Lincoln. Nebr. : 
Wilson (C. E. ). Students' mail course 
in modern hypnotism. (Hooks: 2.) 
Wintield (H. W.), Elmira, N. Y. : 

Business men's reports from Sept. 1, 
1899, to March 1, 1900, for Elmira, 
Elmira Heights, Southport [etc.]. 
(Books: 1.) 
Wirth (Henry), Dayton, Ohio: 

Dayton evening herald march. Henry 
Wirth. (Music.) 
Wise <fc Perrin, New York : 

My Alabama Lize. Wise & Perrin. 
(Music.) 
Witmark (M.) & sons, New York: 

Clorindy; or, The origin of the cake 
walk. Will Marion; F.W. Meacham. 
(Music.) 

Evening (The) bell. Herman Perries. 
Guitar solo. T. P. Trinkaus. (Music.) 
Jack (The) pot. M. F. Carey. 
(Music.) 

Only a dream. Jack Everett Fay: 
James B.Oliver. (Music.) 

Sweet, sweet love. Charles Horn 
Frederick Y. Bowers. (Music.) 
Wittke & Herman. Philadelphia: 

Porte monnaie calendar. 1900. 
(Books: 2.) 
Witzmaun (E.) A. co., Memphis: 

Fast mail galop. Streabbog. Aug. 



I Durand. 



nos. (Music) 



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IXDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Witzmann (E.) & co., Memphis: 

Flying squadron galop. A. Parlow. 
Aug. Durand. (Music.) 
Wolcott (Julia Anna), Boston: 

Wolcott (J. A.) Song blossoms. 
(Books: 1.) ' 
Wood (B. F.) music co., Boston: 

Darkies-' (The) picnic cake walk. 
Lawrence B. O'Connor. (Music.) 
"Woolson spice co., Toledo, Ohio: 

"Bevy (A) of beauties." (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Worch (Hugo), Washington: 

Vienna swallows' march and two- 
step. Ludwig Schlogel; Harry P. 
Y\ ilkins. (Music.) 
Wright (Benjamin Brinton), Ebensburg, 
Pa.: 

Gallitzin (Demetrus Augustine, 
Prince). (Photographs.) 



Wyckotf, Seamans & Benedict, New 
York : 

Remington no. 8. (Instructions ponr 
le maniement de la machine a ecrire.) 
(Books: 2.) 

Remington standard typewriter 
(Price list of parts of the no. 8 model 
of the). (Books: 2.) 
Zerbe (Farran), Tyrone, Pa. : 

Just what you ishoald know. (Books: 
2.) 
Zimmermann (Jul. Heinr.), Leipzig: 

Seeks duette. Ferd. Biichner. Heft 
1 and 2. (Music.) 

Technisches und melodisches. 
Richard Hofmann. 4 nos. (Music.) 

Zukimsts tranm (Esperance). 
Ernesto Kohler. (Music.) 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights, 

Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C. f UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 21, no. 2. 
Whole no. 432— October 12, 1890. 



CONTENTS. 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 93 

(2) Miscellaneous 105 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles 109 
II. Dramatic Compositions 115 

III. Periodicals 115 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 

tions op Music 122 

V. Maps and Charts 132 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 134 



Page. 

VII. Chromos and Lithographs 

VIII. Photographs 138 

IX. Pine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right oi' paintings, drawings, statu- 
ary, and models or designs intended 
to be perfected as works of the tine 

arts) in 

X. Index of Copyright Proprietors., 144 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING F F ICE. 

18 9 9. 



This Catalogue of Title Entries is published in conformity with the provisions of 
the act of Congress of March 3, 1891 (51st Congress, 2d session, chap. 565, sec. 4, 
Stat. L., v. 26, p. 1108). It contains a list of all copyright entries perfected by the 
deposit of the copies required by law, and gives in each case the full title entry, the 
name and address of the copyright claimant, the date and number of the copyright 
entry, and the date when the copies were deposited to complete the entry of copy- 
right. The titles are classified under the following rubrics: 

I. Books: 

(1) Books proper. 

(2) Miscellaneous, Leaflets, etc. 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles. 
II. Dramatic Compositions. 

III. Periodicals. 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collections of Music. 
V. Maps and Charts. 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints. 
VII. Chromos and Lithographs. 
VIII. Photographs. 
IX. Fine Arts (a list of the photographs deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to 
be perfected as works of the fine arts). 
X. Index of Copyright Proprietors. 

The index of proprietors is a complete index of all the entries contained in one 
week's issue of the catalogue, under an alphabet of the names of the copyright 
claimants. 

The titles of the first division of books, Books 1 (Books proper), are prepared in 
the Catalogue Department of the Library of Congress, and are complete biblio- 
graphical titles of all books received at the Library of Congress under the operation 
of the copyright law. 

This catalogue of copyright entries is distributed by the Treasury Department, 
and may be subscribed for at the rate of $5 per year (for 4 volumes of about 1,000 
pages each) through the nearest collector of customs. The Librarian of Congress 
can not tale subscriptions, but a sample copy of the catalogue may be obtained upon 
request preferred to the Librarian of Congress. 



COPYRIGHT LAW. 

An edition (revised to July, 1899) of the Copyright Statutes has been published, 
with index, in a pamphlet of 24 pages, a copy of which will be sent to any person 
requesting it. A resident in the United States, Canada, or Mexico is not required 
to send remittance or stamps for paying postage. 

Librarian of Congress: Register of Copyrights: 

Herbert Putnam. Thorvald Solberg. 

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[EXPLANATION. — The titles are arranged alphabetically under the rubrics shown in the 
table of contents, and are followed by one index of copyright proprietors.'] 

I. BOOKS-d) BOOKS PROPER. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under "IV. Musical 
Compositions." For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) The titles in this chapter are 
prepared by the Catalogue Department, Library of Congress. 



Authors. 

Abbott, Jacob. 

Water and land . . . New York 
& London, Harper & bros., 1899. 330 
pp. ill us. 12°. (Science for the 
young, v. 3) 228 

Copyright by Lyman Abbott and 
Edward Abbott, New York. 1899, no. 
58948, Sept. 14 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 15, 
1899. 

Allen, John G[amaliel] 

Topical studies in American history. 
New ed., revised. New York, Lon- 
don, The Macmillan co., 1899. xsxvi, 
93 pp. port. 12°. 229 

Copyright by The Macmillan co., 
New York. 1899, no. 58039, Sept. 11 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 11, 1899. 

American association of masters and 
pilots of steam vessels of the Great 

Directory . . . 1899. Buffalo, N.Y., 
Haas & Klein, 1899. 12°. 230 

Copyright by Buffalo harbor 41, Am. 
ass'n of masters and pilots, Buffalo, 
N. Y. 1899, no. 30f " 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

American Devon cattle club. 

American Devon record, containing 
the pedigrees of pure bred Devon cat- 
tle in the United States and Dominion 
of Canada to Aug. 1st, 1898. Wheel 
ing, W. Va., West Virginia pr. co., 1898. 

231 
Contents. 
Bulls— no. 5351 to 6716. Cows— no. 9451 to 
11627. 

Copyright by Lewis Poesley Sisson, 
Wheeling, W. Va. 1899, no. 14572, Feb. 
23; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 10, 1899. 

. . . American digest; a complete digest 
of all reported American cases from the 
earliest times to 1898. v. 11. (Century 
ed.) St. Paul, West pub. co., 1899. 
4°. 232 

Contents. 
v. 11. Contracts— Corporation courts. 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 56718, Sept. 5 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept, 15, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Amicis, Edmondo de. 

The heart of a boy (Cuore) a school- 
boy's j ournal ; translated from the 224th 
Italian edition by G. Mantellini. Ed. 
de luxe . . . Chicago, Laird & Lee 
[1899] 290 pp. illus. pi. port. 8°. 

233 

Copyright by Laird & Lee, Chicago. 
1899, no. 48543, July 27; 2 copies rec'd 
July 27, 1899. 

Architects', engineers', builders', and 
contractors' reference book of Pitts- 
burg, Allegheny, and Allegheny coun- 
ty. Published annually . . . [1899] 
New York, Detroit [etc.] R. L. Polk & 
co., 1899. 8°. 234 

Copyright by R. L. Polk & co., De- 
troit. * 1899, no. 55418, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 19, 1899. 

Bach, Thomas C. rept. 

Montana. Supreme court. Reports 
. . . v.21. 1898. 

Bachmann, Johannes, comp. 

" Unser tiiglich brot." Biblische be- 
trachtungen auf alle tage im jahr . . . 
Cleveland, O., Deutsches verlagshaus 
der Reformierten kirche in den V. St. 
[1894] 456 pp. 8°. 235 

Copyright by German pub. house of 
the Reformed church in the U. S., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 1894. no. 14525, Mar. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 

[Baker, M. C] 

My story of an orphan boy: music. 
poetry, sermons, and essays. By a 
minister of the gospel. Milwaukee, 
Swain & Tate co. [1899] 211 pp. 
port. 12°. 236 

Copyright by M. C. Baker, New Dig- 
gins, Wis. 1899, no. 38958, June 13 j 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Ballenger & Richards' . . . annual 
Leadyille city directory for 1899 .... 
18th. Leadville, Colo.. Ballenger & 
Richards [1899J 8°. 237 

Copyright by Ballenger & Riohards, 
Leadville. Colo. 1897, no, 45492, Aug. 
12; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 

93 



94 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



A it tlx ors — C out inued . 

Ballenger & Richards' 27th annual 
Denver city directory . . . 1899 . . . 
Denver. Colo., Ballenger & Richards 
[1899] 8°. 238 

Copyright by Ballenger & Richards, 
Denver, Colo. 1896, no. 31130, June 8; 
2 copies rec*d June 8, 1899. 

The Baltimore county directory, 1899 
. . . Roland Park, Md., The Balti- 
more countv directory co., 1899. 8°. 

239 
Copyright by Parker S. Burbank, 
Roland Park, Md. 1899, no. 19865, 
Aug. 2; 2 copies rec'd June 15, 1899. 

Bayly. A. Eric. 

The house of strange secrets; a de- 
tective story. New York, E. P. Dut- 
ton & co., 1899. iv, 262 pp. 12 c . 210 

Copyright by E. P. Duttou & co., 
New York. 1899. no. 50917, Mav 13; 2 
copies rec'd May 30, 1899. 

Bell telephone company of Missouri. 

Telephonic exchange directory . . . 
no. 112, July 1899. St. Louis, Bell 
telephone co. of Missouri, 1899. 8°. 

241 

Copyright by Bell telephone co. of 

Missouri, St. Louis. 1899, no. 53233, 

Aug. 19 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Bergen, Fanny D[ickerson] Ed. 

Animal and plant lore ; collected from 
the oral tradition of English speaking 
folk . . . with an introduction by J. Y. 
Bergen. Boston, New York [etc.] 
Houghton, Mifflin & co., 1899. vii 
pp., 1 1.. 180 pp. 8°. (American folk- 
lore society. Memoirs, v. 7) 212 
Ed. of 500 copies. 

Copyright by American folk-lore 
society, U. S. 1899, no. 53782, Aug. 23 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 

Besant, Sir Walter. 

The orange girl; illustrated by W. B. 
Davis. New York, Dodd, Mead & 
co., 1899. iv, 317 pp. 12°. 243 

Copyright by Walter Besant, Great 
Britain. 1898, no. 61950, Oct. 21: 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 9, 1899. 

The Bible; is it the word of God? Bos- 
ton, Massachusetts New-church union, 
1899. 126 pp. 12 c . (Bennett lectures 
for 1898) 214 

Contents. 
Ager, J. C. Detects and limitations of 
modern criticism, p. 44. 

Goddard. J. The Teils of Scripture laid 
aside, p. 79. 
Keed. J. The Bihle regained, p. 108. 
Reed, J. Divine revelation a necessity for 
men. p. 5. 



J uthors — Continued. 

i The Bible; is it the word of God ?— C't'd. 

Werren, J. E. Modern Christian thought 
about the Bihle. p. 23. 

Worcester, W. L. The key to the studv of 
the Bible, p. 64. 

Copyright by Mass. New church 
union, Boston. 1899, no. 51379, Aug. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 

Blackstone, Sir William. 

Commentaries on the laws of Eng- 
land . . . with a copious analysis of 
the contents . . . and some considera- 
tions regarding the study of law. By 
T. M. Coolev . 4th ed. bv J . D. Andrews, 
v. 1. Chicago, Callaghan & co., 1899. 
port. tab. 8 C . 215 

Copyright by Callaghan & co., CM-, 
cago. ' 1899, no. 58020, Sept. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

Bloch, I [van] S[tanislavovich] 

The future of war in its technical, 
economic and political relations; is 
war now impossible? Translated by 
R. C. Long, and with a prefatory con- 
versation with the author by W. T. 
Stead. New York, Donbleday & Mc- 
Clure co., 1899. 2 p.L, lxxix, 380 pp. 
illus. 8°. 246 

Copyright by Donbleday & McClure 
co., New York. 1899, uo. 58926, Sept. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

Blum, Edgar C. 

Satan's realm. Chicago & New 

York, Raud, McNally & co., 1899. 309 
pp. 12 : . 247 

Copyright by Edgar C. Blum, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 41469, June 26; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 

The Boston directory . . . no. 95, for the 
year commencing July 1, 1899. Bos- 
ton, Sampson, Murdock & co., 1899. 8°. 

248 
Copyright by Sampson, Murdock & 
co., Boston. 1899, no. 13325, July 3; 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1899. 

Boyd's directory of Delaware county, 
Penna., 1899-1900, containing a general 
directory of Chester city, and of the 
towns of Clifton Heights, Darby, Ed- 
dystone, Lansdowne, Media, Ridley 
Park, Sharon Hill, Upland, and Wayne 
. . . Philadelphia, C. E. Howe co., 
1899. 8°. 219 

Copyright by C. E. Boyd, Philadel- 
phia. 1899, no. 55839, Aug. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 1,1899. 

Bradstreet's commercial reports; embrac- 
ing bankers, merchants, manufactur- 
ers, and others in the United States. 
v. 127, Sept., 1899. New York, The 
Bradstreet co., 1899. fol. 25 



95 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Jitthors — Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 



Bradstreet's commercial reports ; embrac- 
ing bankers, merchants, manufactur- 
ers, and others in the United States, 
and the Dominion of Canada, v. 128, 
Sept., 1899. New York, The Brad- 
street co., 1899. fol. 251 
Copyright bv Bradstreet co., New 
York/ 1899, nos. 58962, 58961, Sept. 14 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Sept. 11, 1899. 
Braun, Emil. 

Perfection in baking. General rules 
and instructions in all branches of 
American baking . . . 4th ed., rev. & 
enl. New York, E. Braun, 1899. Ill 
pp. illus. 8°. 252 

Copvright bv Emil Braun, New York. 
1899, no. 57726, Sept 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 20, 1*599. 
Brooks, El bridge S[treeter] 

The trne story of Lafayette, called 
the friend of America; illustrated by 
V. A. Searles. Boston, Lothrop pub. 
co. [1899] 260 pp. illus. 8°. (Chil- 
dren's lives of great men) 253 
Copyright bv Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. '30962, May 8; 2 copies 
rec"d Sept, 15, 1899. 
Brooks, Sarah P. 

In the bivouac of life. Philadel- 
phia, New York [etc.], D. Biddle, 1899. 
300 pp. pi. 12°. 254 

Contents. 
Conflicting logic, p. 287. 
Dolorous Dolly, p. 121. 
Ellen Willett's donation, p. 241 . 
An event at Krevlen. p. 7. 
Evolution of solitaire, p. 141. 
Meeting of minds, p. 221. 
A modern unit. p. 19. 
A novel investment, p. 179. 
Those honest eyes. p. 267. 
Was she Christian or pagan? p. 193. 

Copyright by Sarah Perot Brooks, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 50049, Aug. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 
Bruce, T[homas]. pseud. 

See [Esty],T[homas] Bruce. 
Buchanan, Thomas Walter. 

Poems. Jamaica, N. Y., The Marion 
press, 1899. 121 pp. 12°. 255 

Copyright by Mrs. Duncan Buchanan, 
Worcester, Mass. 1899, no. 41869, June 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd June 27, 1899. 
Buell, C[harles] E. comp. 

Laws of Wisconsin; compilation of 
the laws and legal forms for the con- 
venience of farmers, mechanics, mer- 
chants, bankers, and lawyers. Busi- 
ness manual, [n.p.] 1899. 1 pi., 177 
pp., 2 1. 8°. 256 

Printed on one side of sheet only. 

Copyright by J. AY. Weed, Corning, 
Iowa, * 1899, no. 30670, May 6 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 4, 1899. 



[Bugbee, James M.] 

Cocoa and chocolate; a short history 
of their production and use . . . [anon]. 
New ed. Dorchester, Mass., Wulter 
Baker & co., 1899. 72 pp. illus. 8°. 

257 
Copyright by Walter Baker & co.. 
Dorchester, Mass. 1899, no. 48479, July 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Buxton, W[illiam] R[ichard] 

A blind minister and the difficulties 
met bv the helpless. A biography of 
W. R. Buxton. Arranged bv T. C. Bux- 
ton, n. p. [1899] 97 pp., 1 1., [15 pp.] 
port. 16°. 258 

Copyright bv T. C. Buxton, Long 
Creek, 111. 1899, no. 57055, Sept. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 6, 1899. 

Carter, Nicholas, pseud. 

See [Coryell, John Russell] 

Cartland, John Henry. 

Ancient pavings of Pemaquid. [Pem- 
aquid Beach, Me., J. H. Cartland] 1899. 
llpp.pl. 8°. 259 

Copvright by John Henry Cartland, 
Pemaquid Beach, Me. 1899. no. 58444, 
Sept. 12; 2 copies rec'd Aug.' 18, 1899. 

Champlain not Cartier. [1899.] 

See [Porter, Peter A.] 
Cocoa and chocolate . . . [anon.] 1899. 

See [Bugbee, James M.] 

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. 

The rime of the ancient mariner. 
Chicago, Ainsworth & co., 1899. 63 
pp. illus. 16°. (The Lakeside series 
of English readings) 260 

Copyright by Mary T. C. Bathrick. 
Chicago. 1899, no. 49256, July 31: 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 27, 1899. 
Connolly, A[lonzo] P. 

19th century calendars and facts; 
containing J 01 calendars, from 1800 to 
1900; with historical and important 
events of each year. Chicago, Laird 
& Lee. [1899] 158 pp. port. 12°. 
(The pastime series, no. 79) 261 

Copyright by Win. H. Lee. Chicago. 
1899, no. 54777, Aug. 28: 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 4, 1899. 
Cook, Albert S[tanburrough] 

The artistic ordering of life. New 
York ifc Boston, T. Y. Crowell & co. 
[1899] 31 pp. 12°. 262 

Copyright by Thomas V. Crowell & 
co., Boston. 1899.no. -13212. July 3; 2 
copies rec'd July 3, 1899. 
[Coryell, John Russell] 

The puzzle of five pistols: The 
strange tare oi' lawyer Deems; The eve 
of lire; three complete stories of the 



96 

BOOKS (PROPEK)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

[Coryell, John Russell] — Continued, 
exploits of Nicholas Carter . . . New 
York, Street & Smith [1899] 203 pp. 
12 CJ . (Magnet detective library, no. ! 
97) 263 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New | 
York. 1899, no. 57463, Sept. 8 ; 2 copies ! 
rec'd Sept. 8, 1899. 

Craddock, Ida C. 

Right marital living. Chicago, I. 
C. Craddock, 1899. 54 pp. nar. 16°. 

264 I 
Copyright by Ida C. Craddock, Chi- j 
cago. 1899, no. 35255, May 26; 2 copies ! 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Crawford, George A. 

. . . George A. Crawford's Atlantic 
City directory, including Ventuor, 
South Atlantic, and Longport . . . 
(1899). Atlantic Citv,G. A. Crawford 
& co., 1899. 8°. 265 j 

Copyright by George A. Crawford & 
co., Atlantic City, N.J. 1899, no. 41871, 
June 27; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 

Cumming, Robert C.,and Gilbert, Frank B. 

The insurance laws of the State of 
New York . . . with annotations, 
decisions, tables, and forms. New j 
York, Baker, Voorhis &. co. 1899. 
xxvii, 653 pp. 8°. 266 j 

Copyright bv Baker. Voorhis & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 52518, Aug. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 16. 1899. 

Dana. Edward S[alisbury] 

First appendix to the sixth edition ' 
of Dana's system of mineralogy. Com- 
pleting the work to 1899. New York 
& London, J. Wiley & : ons, 1899. x, 
75 pp. illus. 4°. 267 

Bibliography, p. v-vi. 

Copyright by Edward S. Dana, New 
Haven, Conn. 1899, no. 48461, July 27; j 
2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Delaware. Court of chancer)/. 

Reports of cases ... by J. L. Wol- , 
cott . . . Published under authority of j 
the General assembly by J. L. Wolcott, 
jr. v. 7. New York, The Banks law 
pub. co., 1899. 8°. 268 

Copyright by The Banks law pub. 
co., New York. 1899, no. 58944, Sept. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 14, 1899. 

Deutsches gesangbuch. [1894] 

See Reformed church of the United 
States. 

Eliot, George. pseud. [i. e. Marian 
Evans, afterwards Cross] 

. . . Silas Marner, the weaver of 
Ravelow; edited by VV. P. Atkinson. 
Boston & Chicago, Allyn & Bacon 



Authors — Continued. 

Eliot, George. pseud. [i. e. Marian 
Evans, afterwards Cross] — Continued. 
[1898] vi,202pp. 12°. (The academy 
series of English classics) 269 

Copyright by Allyn & Bacon, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 75391, Dec. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Ellis, Edward S[ylvester] 

From tent to White house; or, How 
a poor boy became president. New 
York, Street & Smith [1899] 195 pp. 
12°. (Medal library, no. 11) 270 

A biography of William McKinley. 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York/ 1899, no. 41942, June 27; 2 
copies rec'd Jane 27, 1899. 

The encyclopaedia of pleading and prac- 
tice, under the codes and practice acts, 
at common law, in equity and in crimi- 
nal cases. Compiled under the edito- 
rial supervision of W. M. McKinney. 
v. 16. Northport, N. Y., E. Thomp- 
son co., 1899. 8°. 271 

Contents, 
x. 1G. Patents to prohibition. 

Copyright by E. Thompson co., 
Northport, N. Y. 1899, no. 55843, Aug. 
31 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Esoteric publishing company. 

The esoteric ephemeris for solar 
biology 1900. Calculated for mean 
noon at Washington. With explana- 
tions of heliocentric positions as used 
in solar biology, and additional facts 
relative to the science. Applegate, 
Cal., Esoteric pub. co., 1899. 29 pp., 
6 1. illus. 12°. 272 

Copyright by Esoteric pub. co., Ap- 
plegate, Cal. 1899, no. 49330, July 31; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 6, 1899. 

[Esty], T[homas] Bruce, ed. 

Views of the American press on the 
Philippines. Edited by T. Bruce 
[pseud.] New York, Esty & Esty, 
1899. 68 pp., 2 1. 12°. 273 

Copyright by Thomas Bruce Esty, 
New York. 1899, no. 55039, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

The federal reporter, v. 94. Cases ar- 
gued and determined in the circuit 
courts of appeals and circuit and dis- 
trict courts of the United States. Per- 
manent ed. June-August, 1899 . . . 
St. Paul, West pub. co., 1899. 8°. 
(National reporter system. United 
States series) 274 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 53494, Aug. 21; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 5, 1899. 



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Authors — Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 



Fibelfiirden lese-imd schreibunterricht, 
nach der analytisck-synthetischen 
methode [anon.] Cleveland, O., 
Verlagshaus der Reforniierten kirche 
in den Ver. Staaten, 1894. 124 pp. 
illus. 12°. 275 

Copyright by German pub. house of 
the Reformed* church in the U. S., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 1894, no. 26187, May 
24 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 

Foote, Allen Ripley. 

Municipal public service industries. 
Chicago, The Other side pub. co., 1899. 
viii.344pp. 8 C . 276 

Contents. 

Pt. 1. How .should the franchise question be 
settled ? 

Pt. 2. Powers of rnuuicipalities; a discus- 
sion. 

Pt. ?>. Cost of service to users and tax- 
payers. 

Copvright by The Other side pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 43224, July 3; 2 
copies rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Frost, A[rthur] B[urdett] 

Sports and games in the open ; pic- 
tured by A. B. Frost. New York & 
London, Harper & bros., 1899. 1 p. 1., 
6 numb. 1. [3 pp.] 1 port. 53 pi. fol. 

277 
Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 23155, Apr. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 

Frye, James A[lbert] 

The first regiment Massachusetts 
heavy artillery, United States volun- 
teers, in the Spanish-American war of 
1898; with regimental roster and mus- 
ter rolls . . . Boston, The Colonial 
co., 1899. xvi,258pp. illus. 8°. 278 
Copyright by James A. Frye, Boston. 
1899, no. 51994, Aug. 14; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 19, 1899. 

Gallaher, T[homas] 

Infant salvation; or, The future state 
of children dying in infancy. A dis- 
course. [Rensselaer, *YIo.] 1899. 1 
p. 1., 60 pp. port. 12°. 279 

Copyright by Thomas Gallaher, 
Rensselaer, Mo. 1899, no. 54682, Aug. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 

[Garrett, Phineas. ed.~] 

One hundred choice selections, no. 
37. A repository of readings, recita- 
tions, and plays . . . Philadelphia, 
The Penn pub. co., 1899. 12°. 280 

Copyright by The Penn pub. co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 54681, Aug. 28 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 9, 1899. 



Glass, E[d ward] C. 

Glass's speller; consisting of spelling 
lists, memory gems and dictation ex- 
ercises. Pt. i. New York, Maynard, 
Merrill & co., 1899. 12°. 281 

Copyright by Maynard, Merrill & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 58682, Sept. 
13; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 14, 1899. 

The Gloucester directory, 1899-1900, com- 
prising also the towns of Rockport, 
Essex and Manchester, no. 16. Bos- 
ton, Sampson, Murdock & co., 1899. 
8°. 282 

Copyright by Sampson, Murdock &• 
co., Boston. 1899, no. 53230, Aug. 19 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Green, John Richard. 

A short history of the English peo- 
ple . . . with a special introduction by 
A. S. Cook . . . Rev. ed. New York, 
The Colonial press [1899] 3 v. pi. 
port, facsim. map. 8 C . (The world's 
great classics library) 283-285 

Copyright by The Colonial press, 
New York. 1899, no. 27987, Apr. 24 ; nos. 
34044, 34615, May 23 ; 2 copies each rec'd 
June 7, 1899. 

Grether F[ranz] 

Kleinhans. Eine Ohio geschichte. 
Cleveland, O., Deutsches verlagshaus, 
1892. viii, 143 pp. 24°. (Christliche 
jugendbibliothek, v. 9) 286 

Copyright by German pub. house of 
the Reformed church in the U. S., 
Cleveland, O. 1892. no. 26458, June 24 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 

Harben, Will[iam] N[athauiel] 

The North walk mvsterv. New 
York, Street & Smith [1899] 178, 31 
pp. 12°. (Magnet detective library. 

no.88) 287 

Contains also The gully of Blaemans- 
dyke, by A. Conan Doyle. 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. Ib99, no. 41941. June 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd June 29, 1899. 



Hately brothers' export cable code, Chi- 
cago . . . Milwaukee, Utility code 
co. [1899] vii,400pp.obl. 4°. 288 
Copyright by Hately brothers, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54 153, £ug. -0 : 2 copies 
rec'd Sept, 15. 1S99. 

Hemmetsdrottningkokbok . . . [anon.] 
1899. 

See [White, James E., and Wanless, 
Mrs. M. P.. eds. | 



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A uthors — Continued. 

Hill, J. Li., printing co. 

• J. L. Hill printing co.'s directory of 
Wilmington, N. C. 1900. Richmond, 
Va., J. L. Hill printing co., 1899. 8°. 

289 

Copyright by J. L. Hill printing co., 
Richmond, Ya. 1899. no. 57175, Sept. 7 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 
Historic landmarks of Philadelphia. 
1899. 

See Thnrber, Esther M. 
Hutten, [Bettina] von. haroness. 

Miss Carmichael's conscience; a 
study in fluctuations. Philadelphia 
& London, J. B. Lippincott co., 1900 
[1899] 163 pp. pi. 12°. 290 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. ' 1899, no. 58420, Sept. 
12; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 12, 1899. 
Hyne, C[harles] J[ohn] Cut cliff e 
[Wright] 

Honor of thieves; a novel. New 
York, London, R. F. Fenno &, co., 1899. 
303 pp. 12°. 291 

Copyright bv C. J. Cutcliffe Hyne, 
England. 1899, no. 32587, May 15; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 14, 1899. 
Ingraham. J[oseph] H[olt] 

The pillar of fire; or, Israel in bond- 
age. Sabbath library ed. Chicago, 
D. C. Cook pub. co., 1899. 96pp. illus. 
8°. 292 

Copyright by David C. Cook pnb. 
co., Chicago. *1899, no. 57402, Sept. 8; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 
Ireland, Alleyne. 

Tropical colonization ; an introduc- 
tion to the study of the subject. 
New York & London, The Macmillan 



co., 1899. xiii, 282 pp. diagr. 



293 



Copyright by The Macmillan co., 
New York. 1899, no. 60569, Sept. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Jahn, Carl G. ed. 

Ohio. Circuit court. Reports of 

cases . . . v. 17. 1899. 
Ohio nisi prius and general term 

reports, v. 6. 1899. 
Ohio nisi prius and general term 

reports, v. 6, no. 11. 1899. 

Janett, J[ohn] J. 

Erlebnis.se eines missionars; oder, 
Fiinfzehn monate im Westen. Erzahlt 
fur die jugend. Cleveland, O., Deut- 
si lies verlagshaus [1893] iv, 195 pp. 
24°. (Christliche jugend-bibliothek, 
v.12) 294 

Copyright by German pub. house of 
the Reformed * church in the U. S., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 1893, no. 5529, Jan. 27 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Jordan, David Starr, and Stallard, 
J[oshua] H[arrison] 

The true basis of economics; or, The 
law of independent and collective hu- 
man life; being a correspondence . . . 
on the merits of the doctrine of Henry 
George. New York, Donbleday & M c- 
Clure co. [1899] 129, [1] pp. 8°. 295 
(2 copies) 

Copyright by J. H. Stallard, U. S. 
1899, no. 55043, Aug. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 15, 1899. 

[Kaler], James Otis. 

Wheeling for fortune, by James Otis 
[pseud.] New York, Street & Smith 
[1899] 223 pp. 12°. (Medal library, 
no. 20) 296 

Copyright by Street &. Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 58191, Sept. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 9, 1899. 

Kansas City transportation bureau. 

Kansas City shippers' guide and com- 
parative rate sheet. Circular no. 246 
. . . Compiled by W. P. Trickett. 
Kansas City, Mo., Kansas City trans- 
portation bureau, 1899. 8°. 297 

Copyright by W. P. Trickett, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 25953, Apr. 13: 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 7, 1899. 

Kress, Wilson C. rept. 

Pennsylvania. Supreme court. Penn- 
sylvania state reports, v. 190 . . . 
1899. 
Kurtz, H. 

•'Praise the Lord!" A collection of 
anthems, motettos, antiphons, etc., for 
the use of church choirs. Arranged 
and in part composed by H. Kurtz; 
edited and translated by M. Yitz . . . 
Cleveland, O., Publishing house of the 
Reformed church in the U. S. [1897] 
242 pp., 11. 4°. " 298 

With music. German and Eiislisli title-page 
and text. 

Copyright by German pub. house of 
the Reformed church in U. S., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 1897, no. 28403, May 8; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 

Laird & Lee's diary and time-saver, 1900. 
Chicago, Laird & Lee, 1899. nar. 24°. 

290. 
Copyright by Wm. H. Lee, Chicago. 
1899, no. 54509, Aug. 26; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 18, 1899. 

The Lakeside annual directory of the 
city of Chicago, 1899 . . . R.' H. Don- 
nelley, compiler. Chicago, The Chi- i 
cago directory co., 1899. 4°. 300 

Copyright by Chicago directory co., 
Chicago. 1899*; no. 44615, Julv 10; 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 



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Authors — Continued. 

Lemon. J[oel] Bunyan. 

Elijah the prophet; a dream of the 
Christ. New York, Chicago [etc.] 
F. H. Re veil co. [1899] 282 pp. 12°. 

301 
Copyright hy Fleming H. Revell co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 56616, Sept. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 

Leonard, John W. ed. 

Whoa who in America; a biograph- 
ical dictionary of living men and 
women of the United States. 1899- 
1900. Chicago, A. N. Marquis & co. 
[1899] 12°. 302 

Copyright hy A. N. Marquis & co.. 
Chicago. 1899, no. 43328, July 3; 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1899. 

The liquor dealer's silent partner . „ . 
1899. 

See Trott, AVarren V. D. 

Longwell & Cummings' and R. L. Polk & 
cos Logansport directory, 1899-1900. 
v.5 . . . also a . . . gazetteer of Cass 
county . . . Indianapolis, R. L. Polk 
& co., 1899. 8°. 303 

Copyright hy R. L. Polk & co., De- 
troit. * 1899, no. 50277. Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

McCubbin, Charles. 

Poems. [Nevada, Mo. ; 1899] 3p.l., 
20 pp. 16°. 304 

Copyright by Chas. McCubbin, Ne- 
vada, Mo. 1899, no. 56311, Sept. 2; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 8, 1899. 

MacNeil, John A., and Ridgely, Orman. 
An index to form precedents in the 
reports of the Supreme and Appellate 
courts of Illinois; classified citations 
and statement. Chicago, Callaghan 
& co., 1899. 1pp., 11., 11-221 pp. 8°. 

305 
Copyright bv John A. MacNeil &, 
Orman Ridgely, U. S. 1899, no. 30974, 
May 8 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 

Mallett, D[aniel] T[rowbridge] 

What Dewey did; a brief history of j 
the hero of Manila. New York, D. T. 
Mallett [1899. 45] pp. pi. port. 12°. 

306 
Copyright by D. T. Mallett, New 
York. 1899, no. 55834, Aug. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 

Meigs, William Montgomery] 

The growth of the constitution in 
the federal convention of 1787 ; an effort 
to trace the origin and development of 
each separate clause from its first sug- 
gestion in that body to the form finally 
approved . . . Philadelphia, J. B. 



Authors — Continued. 

Meigs, William Montgomery] — Cont'd. 
Lippincott co., 1900 [1899] 1 p. 1., 374 
pp. facsim. 8°. 307 

Copyright by William M. Meigs. 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 59185, Sept, 15; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

Michigan. Geological survey. 

Geological survey of Michigan . . . 
Upper peninsula 1893-1897. v. 6. 
Lansing, R. S. printing co., 1898. pi. 
tab. maps. 4°. 308 

Contents. 

v. 6,Pt. 1. Lane, A. C. Isle Royal. 

v. 6, Pt. 2. Hubbard, L. L. Keweenaw 
Point . . . 

v. 6,Pt. 2. Appendix. Palache, C. The 
crystallization of the calcite from the copper 
mines of Lake Superior. 

Copyright by Gov. Hazen S. Pingree, 
for the state of Michigan, Detroit. 
1899, no. 54758, Aug. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 28, 1899. 

Miller, Adam. 

Footprints through nature to the 
supernatural. Chicago, Western 

Methodist book concern, 1899. 64 pp. 
port. 16°. 309 

Copyright by Adam Miller, Chicago. 
1899,no.44269, July 8; 2 copies rec'd 
July 27, 1899. 

Montana. Supreme court. 

Reports of cases argued and deter- 
mined . . . from March 21, 1898, to De- 
cembers, 1898. By T. C. Bach, reporter, 
v. 21. San Francisco, Bancroft- 

Whitney co., 1898. 8°. 310 

Copyright by Bancroft-Whitney co.. 
San Francisco. 1899, no. 55028, Aug. 29 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 4, 1899. 

Moore, F[rancis] M [anon J 

A brief history of the missionary 
work in the Indian Territory, of the 
Indian mission conference, Methodist 
Episcopal church, south, and an appen- 
dix containing personal sketches of . . . 
early workers in this Held. Musko- 
gee, I. T., Phoenix printing co., 1899. 
227 pp. 8°. 311 

Copyright bv F. M. Moore. Boone- 
ville, Ark. 1899, no. 49321, July 31 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 

My story of an orphan boy ... [ 18991 
See [Baker, M. C] 

Navarette, M. A. 

At Lake Monona: an episode of the 
summer school. New York, Akron, O. 
[etc. | D.H.MoBride & eo. 1 1899] 156 
pp. 16 c . 312 

Copyright by M. A. Navarette, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 43241, Julj 3; - copies 
rec'd July 3. 1899. 



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The new home atlas of the world . . . 
[anou.] Springfield, O., Mast, Cro- 
well &■ Kirkpatrick, 1899. 164 pp. 
illus. fol. ( 1 arm and fireside library, 
no. 169) 313 

Issued also under the title " The new peer- 
less atlas of the world, - ' by the Crowell & 
Kirkpatrick co. 

Copyright by Mast, Crowell & Kirk- 
patrick, Springfield, Ohio. 1899, no. 
5181, Jan. 12; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 15, 
1899. 
The new peerless atlas of the world 
[anon.] " Springfield, O, The Crowell 
& Kirkpatrick co., 1898. 164 pp. illus. 
fol. (Farm and fireside library, no. 
166) 314 

Issued also under the title li The new home 
atlas of the world," by Mast, Crowell <fc 
Kirkpatrick. 

Copyright by Crowell & Kirkpatrick 
co., Springfield, Ohio. 1899, no. 54670, 
Aug. 28; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 
Newberry, Fannie E. 

Everyday honor; a story for young 
people. Philadelphia, G. W. Jacobs 
& co., 1898. 429 pp. pi. 12°. 315 

Copyright by George W. Jacobs & 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 40619, June 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Nov. 10, 1898. 
New England cottou manufacturers' asso- 
ciation. 

Transactions . . . no. 66. Annual 

meeting . . . Waltham, Mass., E. L. 

Barry, 1899. illus. 8°. 316 

Contents. 

no. 66. Annual meeting . . . Boston, Mass., 

April 27-29. 1899. 

Copyright by New England cotton 
manufacturers' ass'n, Boston. 1899, no. 
49331, July 31: 2 copies rec'd Aug;. 1, 
1899. 

New York (State) Courts of record. 

Combined official series of New York 
state reports and session laws . . . 
Issued weekly, nos. 326-329. Aug. 5- 
26, 1899. Albany, Banks & co., 1899. 
4 nos. 8°. 317-320 

Advance sheets. 

Copyright by Banks & co., and James 
B. Lyon, Albany. 1899, nos. 55087- 
55090, Aug. 29; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 
1899; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 30, 1899. 

no. 330 [and] no. 331. Sept. 2 [and] 

Sept. 9, 1899. Albany, N. Y., Banks 
& co., 1899. 2 nos. 8°. 321,322 

Advance sheets. 

Copyright by Banks & co.. and James 
B. Lyon. Albany, N. Y. 1899, nos. 57780, 
58192, Sept. 9; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 6, 
1899; 2 copies rec'd Sept, 11, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

New York (State) Legislature. 

Railroad corporations . . . General 
railroad laws of New York with deci- 
sions and forms. Constitutional and 
statutory provisions ... with deci- 
sions, cross references and forms . . . 
bv E. H. Wells. Albany, Banks & 
co., 1899. xxxiii,826 pp. 8°. 323 

Copvrightbv Edward H.Wells, Utica, 
N. Y. ' 1899, no. 55838, Aug. 31 : 2 copies 
rec'd Sept, 1, 1899. 

The New York supplement, v. 58, contain- 
ing the decisions of the supreme and 
lower courts of record . . . Permanent 
ed. June 1-July 20, 1899 ... St. 
Paul,Westpub.co.,1899. 8°. (National 
reporter system) 324 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 51920, Aug. 12; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept, 1, 1899. 

Nicholson, H[enry] HTudson], and Avery, 
Samuel. 

Laboratory exercises with outlines 
for the study of chemistry; to accom- 
pany any elementary text. New 
York, H.'Holt & co., 1899. x, 134 pp. 
illus. 12°. 325 

Copyright by Henry Holt & co., New 
York. " 1899, no. 55327, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 

Nott H[einrich] C. 

Glockenklimge. Eine liedersamm- 

lung fiir sonntagsschulen und jugend- 

vereine. Cleveland, O., JJeutsches 

verlagsliaus [1896] 220 pp. 8°. 326 

With music. 

Copyright by German pub. house of 
the Reformed church in the U. S. ? 
Cleveland, O. 1896, no. 37343, June 27 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 

Ohio. Circuit court. 

Reports of cases ... v. 17, no. 13- 
14. May 22-May 29, 1899. C. G. Jahn, 
editor. Columbus, O., 1899. 2 pts. 
4°. 327, 328 

Copyright bv Carl G. Jahn, Colum- 
bus. O. 1899. no. 34144, May 22 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd May 22, 1899; no. 36028, May 
31; 2 copies rec'd May 31, 1899. 

Ohio. Circuit court. 

Reports of cases . . . v. 17, no. 17-18. 
June 19-June 26, 1*99. C. G. Jahn, ed- 
itor. Columbus, O., 1899. 2 pts. 4°. 

329, 330 
Copyright bv Carl G. Jahn, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 1899, no. 40123, Jnue 19; 2 
copies rec'd June 19, 1899; no. 43638, 
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Authors — Continued. 

Ohio. Circuit court. 

Reports of cases ... v. 18, no. 1, 6. 
July 3, August 28, 1899. C. G. Jahn, 
reporter. Columbus, O., 1899. 2 pts. 
4 U . 331,332 

Copyright bv Carl G. Jahn, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 1899, no. 43661, July 5; 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1899; no. 55040, 
Aug. 29; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Ohio nisi prius and general term reports. 
v. 6, no. 8, 10. July 10, August 21, 1899. 
C. G. Jahn, editor. Columbus, O., 
1899. 2 pts. 4°. 333,334 

Copyright by Carl G. Jahn, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 1899, no. 44605, July 10; 2 
copies rec'd July 10, 1899; no. 53768, 
Aug. 23 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Ohio nisi prius and general term reports 
. . . v. 6, no. 11. September 11, 1899. 
C. G. Jahn, editor. Columbus, <)., 
1899. 4 C 335 

Copyright by Carl G. Jahn, Colum- 
bus. Ohio 1899, no. 58044, Sept. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 11, 1899. 

Oliphant's Oswego directory . . . 1899. 

Oswego, N. Y., R.J.Oliphant [1899] 
8°. 336 

Copyright bv R. J. Oliphant, Oswego, 
N. Y. 1899, no. 34213, May 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

One hundred choice selections, no. 37. 
1899. 
See [Garrett, Phineas. erf.] 

Peirce school. Philadelphia. 

[Catalogue, 35th year] 1899-1900. 
[Philadelphia?] 1899. illus. sq. 12 J . 

337 
Copyright by Peirce school, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 43225, July 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 10, 1899. 

Pennsylvania. Supreme court. 

Pennsylvania state reports, v. 190; 
containing cases decided ... at Jan- 
uary aud April terms, 1899. Reported 
by W.C.Kress, . . . reporter. New 
York, The Banks law pub. co., 1899. 
8°. 338 

Copyright by David Martin, sec'y of 
the commonwealth, for the state of 
Pennsylvania. 1899, no. 55837, Aug. 31 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Poor's manual of the railroads of the 
United States . . . 32d annual no. 
1899. New York & London, H. V. & 
H. W. Poor [1899 J 8°. 339 

Copyright by Poor's railroad manual 
co., New York. 1899, no. 46576, July IS ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. is, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

[Porter, Peter A.] 

Champlain not Cartier [anon.] 
[Niagara Falls, N. Y., Gazette pub. co., 
1899] 13 pp. 4°. 340 

Concerning the first reference to Niagara 
Falls in literature. 
Ed. of 160 copies 

Copyright by Peter A. Porter, Niag- 
ara Falls, N. Y. 1899, no. 53432, Aug. 21 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Practical electricity ; with questions aud 
answers. [Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland 
armature works, 1899] 3 p. 1., 286 pp., 
1 1. illus. sq. 16°. 341 

Copyright by John C. Lincoln, Cleve- 
land, O. 1899, no. 43253, July 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Rathborne, St. George. 

The girl from Hong Kong; a story of 
adventure under five suns. New 

York, Street & Smith [1899] 344 pp. 
12°. (Eagle library, no. 126) 342 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 58517, Sept, 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 

Rees, Byron J[ohnson] 

Trumpet-calls (for the unsaved) 
Cincinnati, M. W. Knapp, 1899. 147 pp. 
12°. 343 

Copyright bv M. W. Knapp, Cincin- 
nati. * 1899, no."47y06, July 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 4, 1899. 
Reformed church of the United States. 
pub. • 

Deutsches gesangbuch. Eine aus- 
wahl geistlicher lieder aus alien zeiten 
der christlichen kirche, init alten und 
neuen melodien fur offentlichen und 
hauslichen gebrauch . . . [anon.] 
Cleveland, O., Deutsches verlagshaus 
der Reformierten kirche in den V. St. 
[1894] 1 p. 1. ,511pp. 8°. HithmusiG. 

344 

Copyright by German pub. house of 
the Reformed church in the U. S., 
Cleveland, O. 1894, no. 32660, J une 20 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 
Reformed church of the United States. 
Catechisms. 

Heidelberger katechismus. Cleve- 
land, O., verlagshaus der Reformierten 
kirche in den Yer. Staateu [1898] 
109 pp. 24°. 345 

Copyright by German Publishing 
house of the Reformed church in the 
U. S.. Cleveland, O. 1893, no. 45892, 
Oct. 13; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 2, L899. 
Reformed church of the United States, 

The hymnal of the Reformed church 
in the United States. Prepared by a 
commit lee appointed by the general 
synod. Cleveland Publishing house 



HOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



J nth or s — Continued. 

Reformed church of the United States- 
Continued. 

of the reformed church [1892] 2 p.]., 
638 pp. 24°. 346 

Text only. 

Copyright by German pub. house of 
the Reformed' church iu the U. S., 
Cleveland, O. 1892, no. 10467, Mar. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 

Reformed church of the United States. 

The hymnal of the Reformed church 
in the United States. Prepared by a 
committee appointed by the General 
synod. Cleveland, O., Publishing- 

house of the Reformed church [1892] 
2 p. 1., 490 pp. 24°. " 347 

Text only. 

Copyright by German publishing 
house of the Reformed church in the 
U. S., Cleveland, Ohio. 1892, no. 10468, 
Mar. 7 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 
Robinson, Byron. 

The peritoneum, pt. 1. [2d ed.] 
Chicago, Chicago medical book co., 

1899. illus. 4°. 348 
Bibliography of 103 pp. follows p. 406. 

Contents. 
Pt. 1. Histology and physiology. 
Copyright by Chicago medical book 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 58057, Sept. 11; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 11, 1899. 
Robinson, Sarah T[appan] D[oolittle 
Lawrence] 

Kansas ; its interior and exterior life. 
Including a full view of its settlement, 
political history, social life, climate, 
soil, productions, scenery, etc. 10th 
ed. Lawrence, Kans., Journal pub. 
co., 1899. xi, 438 pp. pi. port. 8°. 

349 
Copyright by Sarah T. D. Robinson, 
Lawrence, Kans. 1899, no. 43222, July 
3 ; 2 copies rec'd July 17, 1899. 
The Rochester house directory and family 
address book; a supplement to the 
Rochester directory . . . no. 5. [1900] 
Rochester, The Drew Allis co., 1899- 

1900. 8°. 350 
Copyright by The Drew Allis co., 

Rochester, N. Y. 1899, no. 56364, Sept. 
2 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 9, 1899. 
The Rocky mountain Bell telephone com- 
pany. 

. . . Official directory . . . (Issue 
of June 1, 1899) [Salt Lake City, 
18! 19] 8°. 351 

Copyright, by Harry Sommers, Hel- 
ena, Mont. 1899, no. 41548, June 26; 2 
copies rec'd June 6, 1899. 
Sanders, James U. ed. 

See Society of Montana pioneers. 
Constitution, members, and officers, 
v.l. 1899. 



Carbondale, JU. 
Sphinx. 



class. See The 



Spalding, Elizabeth H[ill] and Moore, 
Frank R[obertson] 

The language-speller; a correlation 
of language work with spelling. Pt. 1. 
New York, The H. P. Smith pub. co., 
1899. 12°. 357 

Copyright by Elizabeth H. Spalding 
and Frank R. Moore, Brooklyn. 1899, 
no. 35237, Mav 26; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 
4, 1899. 

Spencer, Roswell T. comp. 

The freemason's pocket dictionary. 
Giving the correct pronunciation of 
words often mispronounced, that are 
used in conferring degrees, installing 
officers, the burial of the dead, laying 
corner stones, and other masonic cere- 



Juthors — Continued. 

Scudder [Frances Ann Rousseau] {Mrs. 
William W. Scudder) 

Nineteen centuries of missions; a 
haudbook . . . for young people . . . 
with an introduction by F. E. Clark. 
New York, Chicago [etc.], F. H. Revell 
co. [1899] 250 pp. 12 c . 352 

Copyright by Fleming H. Revell co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 58460, Sept. 12; 2 
copies" rec'd Sept. 12. 1899. 
Shafer, L[eon] Aflaric] 

The cup races [being a history in 
pictures of the winning and defense of 
the America's cup] New York, R. H. 
Russell [1899] 1 p. 1., 16 pi. with de- 
scriptions, obl.fol. 353 

Copyright by Robert Howard Rus- 
sell, New York. 1899, no. 42651, June 
30; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 7, 1899. 
Smith, George B[yrne] 

Noah's confession. Jamestown, N. 
Y.. The Cicerone pub. co., 1898. 2 p. 1., 
iv, 218 pp. pi. port, 16°. 354 

Copyright bv Cicerone pub. co., 
Jamestown, N. Y. 1898, no. 73001, Dec. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 
Smith, Myra M[alinda Johonnot] 

Demands of societv. Boston, A. I. 
Bradley & co. [1899]' 219 pp. pi. 8 J . 

355 

Copyright by Henry A. Smith, Stone- 
ham, Mass. 1899, no.\o3966, Aug. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 12, 1899. 

Society of Montana pioneers. 

Constitution, members, and officers 
... v.l. Register. Edited by J. U. 
Sanders. [Akron, O., The Werner co.] 
1899. pi. port. maps. 4°. 356 

Copyright by Society of Montana 
pioneers, Helena, Mont. 1899, no. 51984, 
Aug. 14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Southern Illinois normal university, 



103 

BOOKS (PEOPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Spencer, Roswell T. com p. — Continued. 

monies. Illiopolis, 111., Illinois state 

center print, 1899. 79 pp. 32°. 358 
Copyright by Eoswell T. Spencer, 

Illiopolis, 111. 1898, no. 74021, Dec. 19 ; 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 27, 1899. 
The Sphinx. (A stupendous compilation 

of facts, fiction history and lies) [v. 

1] 1898-1899. [Chicago, Donohue, 

Henneberry & co., 1899] 8°. 359 

Pub. by the junior class of Southern Illinois 
normal university. 

Copyright by J. Oscar Marberry and 
E. B. Davis, Carbondale, 111. 1899, no. 
46033, July 15; 2 copies rec'd July 15, 
1899. 
Spingarn, Joel Elias. 

A history of literary criticism in the 
renaissance; with special reference to 
the influence of Italy in the formation 
and development of modern classicism. 
New York & London, The Maemillau 
co., 1899. xi, 330 pp. 12°. (Columbia 
university studies in literature) 360 
Bibliography, p. 317-323. 
Copyright by The Macmillan co., 
New York. 1899, no. 41872, June 27; 2 
copies rec'd June 27, 1899. 
Story, Alfred Thomas. 

The building of the British empire; 
the story of England's growth from 
Elizabeth to Victoria . . . New 
York & London, G. P. Putnam's sons. 
1898. 2 v. illus. pi. maps. 12°. 
(The story of the nations) 261, 362 

Contents. 
Pt. 1. 1558-1688. 
Pt. 2. 1089-1895. 

Copyright by G. P. Putnam's sons, 
New York. 1897, no. 66924, Dec. 2; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1898. 1899, no. 
38923, June 13; 1 copy rec'd June 14, 
1899 ; 1 copy rec'd June 20, 1899. 
Sturges, T. H. 

Evidence of the new birth. 
Weatherford, Tex., The author, 1899. 
104 pp. 16°. 363 

Copyright by T. H. Sturges, Weath- 
erford, Tex. 1899, no. 27370, Apr. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 
Tanner, Joseph M. rept. 

Utah. Supreme court. Eeports . . . 
v. 17. 1899. 
Taylor, William H[enry] 

Outlines of every-day chemistry. 
Intended for use with the text-book. 
Prepared for the use of pupils of the 
Richmond high school. Richmond, 
H. T. Ezekiel [1899] 116 pp. 8°. 364 

Copyright by Wm. H. Taylor, Rich- 
mond, Va. 1899, no. 44619, July 10; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Thomas' continental register [189!'] 
New York, Thomas pub. co. [1899] 
16°. 365 

A directory of European houses inter- 
ested in the handling of American machinery, 
tools, steani goods, hardware, etc. 

Copyright by Thomas pnb. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 49089, July 29; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Thurber, Esther M. 

Historic landmarks of Philadelphia. 
[Philadelphia, The Leeds press] 1899. 
[50] pp. illus. pi. obi. 24°. 366 

Copyright by Esther M. Thurber, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 54155, Aug. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

Trott, Warren V. D. 

The liquor dealer's silent partner. 
Containing tables of valuable informa- 
tion for liquor dealers and proprietors 
of hotels and saloons. New Y r ork, 

W. V. D. Trott, 1899. 83, [1] pp.. 2 1. 
8°. ' 367 

Copyright by Warren V. D. Trott, 
Brooklym 1899, no. 57031, Sept. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

United States. Supreme court. 

The Supreme court reporter, v. 19 
. . . Permanent ed. October, 1898- 
August, 1899 . . . St. Paul, West 

pub. co., 1899. 8°. (National reporter 
system — United States series) 368 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 53493, Aug. 21; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 31, 1899. 

University of Iowa. 

The University of Iowa studies in 
psychology; editedby G. T. W. Patrick. 
v. 2. Iowa City, la., The University 
of Iowa, 1899. lp.L, 163pp. illus. 8°. 
(University of Iowa. Bulletin. New 
series, v. 1, no. 5) 369 

Contents. 
Patrick, G. T. W. On the analysis of per- 
ceptions of taste, p. 85. 

Some peculiarities of the seeomlavy 

personality. p. 128. 

Seashore. C. E. Xe>v psychological appara- 
tus, p. 153. 
Some psychological statistics, p. 1. 

Copyright by State university oi 
Iowa, Iowa City. 1899. no. 13236. J uly 
3; 2 copies rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Utah. Supreme Court. 

Reports of eases determined . . . from 
the January term, 1S9S, To the April 
term, 1899. J. M. Tanner, reporter, v. 
17 . . . Chicago. Callaghan A. oo., 
1899. 8°. 370 

Copyright by Callaghan A co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55308, A.ug. 30; -copies 
rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 



104 

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A uthors — Continued. 

Van Ness, W [alter] C. 

Elementary definitions and Jaws of 
physics. Denison, la., Cook & 
Staley, 1899. 40 pp. 12°. 371 

Copyright by W. C. Van Ness, Deni- 
son, Iowa, 1899, no. 49141, July 29; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 19, 1899. 

Van Rensselaer, [May King] Mrs. John 
King Van Rensselaer. 

New Yorkers of the xix. century. 
New York & London, F. T. Neely [1897] 
x, 56 pp. fol. 372 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 1898, no. 53947, Sept. 15 ; 2 
copies rec'd July 17, 1899. 

Voigt, Henry E., and others. 

Die kiinstliche ausbriitung und auf- 
zucht von kiicken mittelst kiinstlicher 
apparate . . . 1st. aufl. Hamburg, 
Wis., H. E. Voigt, 1899. 56pp. illus. 8°. 

373 
Copyright by Henry E. Voigt, Ham- 
burg, Wis. 1899, no. 54671, Aug. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 1, 1899. 

Vriesen, D. W. 

Deutckes lesebuch. Cleveland, 0., 
Verlagshaus der Reforinierten kirche • 
in den V. St., 1897. 185 pp. 8°. 374 

Copyright by German pub. house of 
the Reformed church iu the U. S., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 1897, no. 23675, Apr. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 2, 1899. 

Ward, E. L. C. comp. 

304 prize selections, especially 
adapted for public or parlor recitation 
and reading. New York, The Chis- 
wick pub. co., 1899. 1 p. 1., 160 pp. 8°. \ 
(The Chiswick library of popular books, 
no. 7) 375 

Copyright by Chiswickpub. co., New 
York/ 1899, no. 10364, Feb. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

Ward, George W. 

Notes in history. The eastern civili- 
zations and Greece, Baltimore, The 
W.J.C.Dulany co. [1899] 91pp. 12^. j 

376 i 
Copyright by George W. Ward, U. S. 
1899, no. 58672, Sept. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 13, 1899. 

Westinghouse, Church, Kerr & company. [ 
A few words about mechanical stok- 
ers. New York, Boston [etc.] West- 
inghouse, Church, Kerr & co., 1899. 38 
pp. illus. obi. 16°. 377 

Copyright by Westinghouse, Church, 
Kerr & co., Pittsburg. 1899. no. 54150, 
Aug. 28.; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

What Dewey did . . . [1899] 

See Mallett, D[aniel] T[rowbridge] 

[White, James E., and Wanless, Mrs. M. L. 
eds.~\ 

Hemmets drottning kokbok. Tva 
tuseu vardefulla recepter for matlag- 
ning och hushallning, matsedlar, bord- 
skick, toalett, m.m. . . . [anon.] Chi- 
cago, The Fort Dearborn pub. co. [1899] 
604 pp. illus. 8 t; . " 378 

Copyright by Fort Dearborn pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 53001, Aug. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 

Whiting, Lilian. 

From dreamland sent. New ed., with 
additional poems. Boston, Little, 

Brown &. co., 1899. 167 pp. 12°. 379 

Copyright by Little, Brown <fe co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 22479, Mar. 29; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 29, 1899. ' 

Williams's Wilkes-Barre city directory, 
1899: containing a general alphabet- 
ical directory of the citizens of Wilkes- 
Barre, Ashley, Georgetown, Kingston 
and Westmoor . . . 12th ed. Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa., Wilkes-Barre record, 1899. 
8 C . 380 

Copyright by C. A. Williams, Bing- 
ham ton, N. Y. 1899, no. 43324, July 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Wilson. Harry B, 

Haunts of health and pleasure along 
the Jersey coast; a descriptive guide 
and souvenir of the summer resorts 
located on the "northern shore." 
[New York, L. Weiss & co. [1899] 171 
pp. illus. obi. 24°. 381 

Copyright by Harry B. Wilson, As- 
bury Park, N. J. 1899, no. 43244, July 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd July 12, 1899. 

Winchester, C[aleb] T[homas] 

Some principles of literary criticism. 
New York & London, The Macmillau 
co., 1899. xii,352pp. 12°. 382 

Copyright by The Macmillan co., 
New York. 1899, no. 43213, July 3; 2 
copies rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Wolcott. James L. 

Delaware. Court of chancery. Re- 
ports . . v. 7. 1899. 
Zart, Griistav. 

The charm of Jesus; translated from 
the author's revised notes by W. Rau- 
schenbusch. New York & Boston 
T. Y. Crowell & co. [1899 1 64 pp. 12°. 

383 
Copyright by Thomas Y. Crowell & 
co., Boston. 1899, no. 58670, Sept, 13; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 



105 



I. BOOKS-(2) MISCELLANEOUS. 

(Classified under the term " Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

A dvanced algebra. Pt. 1. 240 A. Ques- 
tion paper. 1st ed. 135 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scrauton,Pa. 1899, no. "44286, July 8 j 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Advertising for profit. 136 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton/Pa. 1899, no. 50973, Aug. 8; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Advisory rates of Hancock, Pottawata- 

mie county, Iowa, v. 177. 137 j 

Irwin, Shelby county, Iowa. v. 200. 

138 ' 

Kirkman, Sbelby county, Iowa. v. j 

217. 139 ; 

Marion, Linn county, Iowa. v. 262. 

140 

Minden, Pottawatamie county, 

Iowa. v. 275. 141 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. * 1899, nos. 52086, 52088, 
52087, 52089, 52090, Aug. 14: 2 copies 
each rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

All people are shavers. 142 

Copyright by Adam Smith, Lake I 
Mills, Iowa. 1899, no. 52015, Aug. 14 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Aluminograpliy. The aluminum plate 
versus the lithographic stone. A rad- 
ical revolution in surface printing. 

143 
Copyright by Aluminum plate and 
press co., New York. 1899, no .51985, 
Aug. 14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Apostles' (The) creed, in relation to the 
Bible and Book of common prayer. 

'144 
Copyright by William Wharton Gil- 
lett and William Archer Rutherford 
Goodwin, Petersburg, Va. 1899, no. 
49081, July 29; 2 copies rec'd July 29, 
1899. 
Armstrong (S. G.) Magnetic healing and 
hypnotizing. 145 

Copyright by S. G. Armstrong, Ber- 
rien Springs, Mich. 1899, no. 51390, 
Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 
Baker ( W. C.) The Baker hot water, non- 
freezing car heaters. 146 
Copyright by William C. Baker, New 
York. 1899, no. 51166, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 
Battle (The) of Manila bay as told by the 
" cruiser" watch. 147 
Copyright by Vechten Waring, New 
York/ 1899, no. 61606, Sept. 23;" 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Benson (L. S.) Re-construction of math- 
ematics imperative. 148 
Copyright by Lawrence Sinter Ben- 
sou, New York. 1899, no. 39131, June 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Bourne's half-yearly and quarterly pre- 
miums, at 4 and 6 per cent interest. 

149 
Copyright by Arthur Bourne, New 
York. ' 1899, no. 50539, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Cameron (F. C.) The duties of an em- 
ployee. 150 
Copyright by Frank C. Cameron, St. 
Louis. 1899, no. 51673, Aug. 11; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Check release. 151 

Copyright by Mver J. Stein, New 
York. ' 1899, no. 43227, July 3; 2 copies 
rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Cochran (R. T.) Duke's travels. Duke 
at the charity bazaar. 152 

Copyright by R.T.Cochran, Chatta- 
nooga; Tenn. *1899, no. 45408, July 12; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Collings' (Capt.) case. 153 

Copyright by Michael J. Lawler, 
Smithvilie, N. Y. 1899, no. 61650, Sept. 
23 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Corporation check release. 154 

Copyright by Myer J. Stein, New 
York. 1899, no." 43228, July 3 : 2 copies 
rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Correspondence instruction for mechan- 
ics. Lesson 3. 155 
Copyright bv Railway educational 
ass'n, New York. 1899, no. 52082, Aug. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 
Dewey (Admiral), U. S. N. 156 
Copyright by M. Walter Dunne. New 
York. 1899, no. 43231, July 3; 2 copies 
rec'd July 3, 1899. 
Diagram of safe loads. 157 
Copyright by Central tire proofing 
co., New York." 1899. no. 52027, Aug. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 11. 1899. 
Diamond Dick, jr. no. IIS. 158 
Copyright by Street A Smith. New 
York/ 1899. no. 49403, July 31: 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1S99. 

Diamond (The) investment, 159 

Copyright by (;. M. MaelVnald. Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 01 601. Sept. 23: 2 cop- 
ies^ rec'd Sept. 23. L899. 



106 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Dietzgen (Eugene) co. (Catalogue and 

price list of). 5th ed. 1899-1900. 160 

Copyright by Eugene Dietzgen co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 51386, Aug. 10; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Directions for operating the Standard 
Lowe water gas apparatus. Double 
superheater base steam apparatus. 

161 

Double superheater reverse steam 

apparatus. 162 

Junior apparatus. 163 

Copyright by United gas improve- 
ment co., Philadelphia. 1899, nos. 



42682-42684, June 30: 
rec'd June 30, 1899. 



copies 



each 



Instruction paper. 238. 
164 



Electrostatics 
1st ed. 

Copyright bv Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa, '1899, no! 42895, July 1; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 



U. 



S. consular reports on 
165 



Titles — C ontinued. 

Hansel and Grethel. 172 

Copyright by McLonghlin bros., 
New York. 1899, no. 51800, Aug. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Harison's vertical writing, practice 

blank, no. 1. Directions for use. 173 

Copyright by William Beverley Hari- 

son, New York. 1899, no. 54933, Aug. 

8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Hazard powder co. America's famous 

dogs. 174 

Copyright by Hazard powder co., 

Cincinnati. 1899, no. 51389, Aug. 10; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Hillias' (Prof. M.) mail-course of instruc- 
tions on hypnotism, with methods for 
producing same. 175 

Copyright by M. Hillias, Chicago. 
1899, no. 43240,* July 3; 2 copies rec'd 
July 3, 1899. 



Extracts from 
rubber. 

Copyright by John W. Butler, San 
Francisco. 1899, no. 43238, July 3; 2 
copies rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Fenuer (M. M.) Dr. Fenner's people's 

remedies almanac. 166 

Copyright by M. M. Fenuer, Fre- 

donia, N. Y. 1899, no. 51160, Aug. 9 ; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Fink's (G. W.) home-mixed fertilizer for- 
mulae; how to make it. 167 
Copyright by George W. Fink, Mor- 
ristown, Tenn. 1899, no. 41486, June 
26; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Good luck Bible reading chart and sacred 

anchor charm. 168 

Copyright by G. W. Barnhart, Chil- 

licothe. Ohio. 1898, no. 59406, Oct. 8 ; 2 

copies rec'd Nov. 26, 1898. 

Government check release. 169 

Copyright by Myer J. Stein, New 
York. 1899, no. 43226, July 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Grand (The) fraternity. An annuity of 
$100 to $1,000 a year; or, a commuted 
payment of $500 to $5,000. 170 

Copyright by Grand fraternity, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 51391, Aug. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Grocer's price book. 171 

Copyright by Combe printing co., 
St. Joseph, Mo. 1899, no. 43251, July 3; 
2 copies rec'd July 3, 1899. 



Human selfishness. 



176 



Copyright by L. A. Vaught, Chicago. 
1899, no. 51701, Aug. 11; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 11, 1899. 

Illustrated (The) Hebrew almanac for 



From Sept. 5, 1899, to 
177 



the year 5660. 
Sept. 23, 1900. 

Copyright by J. Loewenherz and A. 
Funk. New York. 1899, no. 30110, May 
3 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Imperial porcelain and colonial wash 

tubs. 178 

Copyright by J. L. Mott iron works, 

New York. 1899, no. 51696, Aug. 11; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 



Internal 
taxes. 



documentary stamp 
179 



Copyright by Willis H. Post, Bloom- 
ington, 111. 1899, no. 46309, July 17; 2 
copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Itinerary. London, 1900. Pennsylvania 
Christian endeavor union. 180 

Copyright by W. A. Gillespie, Phila- 
delphia, 1899, no. 40216, June 19; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Kansas City souvenir. 181 

Copyright by Hudson- Kimberly pub. 
co., Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 47854, 
July 24; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Little Red Riding Hood. 182 

Copyright bv McLoughlin bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 51799, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 



107 

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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Lumberman's (The) bandy price list and 
reference book. 183 

Copyright by E. J. Schuster ptg. co., 
St. Louis. 1899, no. 51198, Aug. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 
Lumberman's (The) universal rate book, 
applying on lumber. Eastern ed. Aug. 
1, 1899. v. 5, no. 8. 184 

Western ed. Aug. 1, 1899. v. 5. no. 8. 

185 
Copyright bv E. J. Schuster, St. 
Louis.' 1899, nos. 51196, 51197, Aug. 9; 
2 copies each rec'd Aug. 10, 1890. 
Lyle (T. A.) The bookkeeper's compan- 
ion. 180 
Copyright bv Thomas A. Lyle, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 41023, June 23; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 
McDermott (B.) The battle of Manila 
bay. 187 
Copyright bv Bernard McDermofct, 
Brooklyn. 1899, no. 60855, Sept. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Sept, 22, 1899. 
Mammalloids for women. 188 
Copyright bv Emma T. Crellin co., 
New York. 1899, no. 51672, Aug. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 
Mathematical tablet for original demon- 
strations and solutions, adapted to 
geometry and trigonometry. Instruc- 
tions to students. 189 
» Copyright by John James Quinn, 
Rochester, N. Y. 1899, no. 52003, Aug. 1 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 1, 1899. 
Miller (L. L.) Points on patent law. 190 

» Copyright by Luther L. Miller, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 49396, July 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1 
Mitchell (F. L.) Computations of the 
lawful-money reserve of national banks 
located in reserve cities, other than 
central reserve cities. 191 

Copyright by Franklin L. Mitchell, 
Washington. ' 1899, no. 27078, Apr. 18; 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1899. 
Mott (J. L.) iron works. Catalogue no. 



1, coal ranges. 



192 



Copyright by J. L. Mott iron works, 
New York. 1899, no. 51.861, Aug. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 
Nick Carter weekly, no. 137. 193 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 47923, July 2 1 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 
Norman (L.) Legal restraints on mod- 
ern industrial combinations and mo- 
nopolies in the United States. 194 
Copyright by Lionel Norman, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 11411, Feb. 21; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

7019— Vol. 21, No. 2 2 



Only (The) practical way to cure rupture. 

195 
Copyright bv Michael J. Lawler, 
Smithville, N. Y. 1899, no. 61651, Sept. 
23 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Organic chemistry. Pt. 1. 199 A. In- 
struction paper. 1st ed. 196 

Question paper. 1st ed. 197 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 1899, nos. 46335,46337, 
July 17; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 12, 
1899. 

Palmenberg's (J. R.) sons (Supplement 
C to the 304 pages illustrated catalogue 
of). 198 

Copyright by J. R. Palmenberg's 
sons. New York. 1899, no. 51397, Aug. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Parkyn (Herbert A. ) Special mail course 

in suggestion. Pts. 18-20, 199 

Copyright by Chicago school of 

psychology, Chicago. 1899, no. 51182, 

Aug. 9; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Pts. 21-23. ' 200 

Copyright by Chicago school of 
psychology, Chicago. 1899, no. 51189, 
Aug 9; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Pennsylvania county court reports. Aug. 

12, 1899. v. 22, no. 23. 201 

Copyright by T. and J. W. Johnson & 

co., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 32215, May 

12; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

"Perfect" system of bookkeeping, for 
the country print shop. 202 

Copyright by C. H. Swallow, Hum- 
phrey" Nebr. 1899, no. 52005, Aug. 14: 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Pluck and luck. no. 62. 203 

Copyright bv Frank Tousey, New 
York. " 1899, no. 44819, July 10 : 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Punctuation and capitalization. 241. 

Instruction paper. 1st ed. 

Question paper. 1st ed. 

Copyright bv Colliery engineer 

Scranton: Pa, ' 1899. nos. 44290. 

July 8; 2 copies each rec'd Aug 

1899. 

Rapid vertical penmanship. 

Copyright by Werner school book 
co.,NewYork. 1899, nos. 50629-50631, 
Aug. 5; 2 copies each rec'd Au 
1899. 



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Titles— Continued. 

Reliable poultry manual. 2d ed. 209 
Copyright by John W.Myers, Qui ney, 

111. 1899, no. 17126. Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Ripley (F. H.) and Tapper (T.) Natural 
course in music; outline of work for 
Sent. (3d series.) 1899-1900. 210 

Copyright by Frederic H. Ripley and 
Thomas Tapper, Boston. 1899, no: 
60365, Sept. 20; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 20, 
1899. 



100. 



Instruction paper. 1st 
211 



Roofing, 

ed. 

-4 Question paper. 1st ed. 212 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. * 1899, nos. 16331, 16316, 
July 17: 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 12, 
1899. 
Rules for 20 games. 213 

Copyright by Edgar L. Williams, 
Peoria, 111. 1899, no. 13251, July 3 ; 2 
copies rec'd July 3, 1899. 
Secret service, no. 29. 211 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York/ 1899, no. 11827, July 10; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 
Shepard's national system of adhesive 
annotations. Supplement to v. 58, 
New York court of appeals decisions. 

215 
Copyright bv Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no'. 52083, Aug. 14; 2 copies 
rec ; d Aug. 14. 1899. 

Supplement to vols. 177 and 178, 

Illinois supreme court decisions. 216 
Copyright by Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51455, Aug. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 
Snow White and Red Rose. 217 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
New York. 1899, no. 51801, Aug. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 
Special price list of book and periodical 
binding for public and university 
libraries. 218 

Copyright by Ward bros.. Jackson- 
ville, 111. 1899, no. 
copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 
Standard (The) medical aid of Buffalo, 
N. Y. 219 

Copyright by George Henry Benton, 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 60858, Sept. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 
Stengel (Baron Karl von). ■ The eternal 
peace: or, Germany's evangel of battle 
and expansion. 220 

Copyright by Richard Tborland, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 45880, July 14; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Stidger's universal shorthand on the 
typewriter. 221 

Copyright bv Felix G. Stidger, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52024. Aug. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Stoddard (S. R.) Au Sable chasm. 222 
Copyright by Seneca Ray Stoddard, 
Glens Falls. N."Y. 1899, no! 51457, Aug. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Lake George. 223 

Copyright by Seneca Rav Stoddard. 
Glens Falls. N. Y. 1899. no. 51456, Aug'. 
10: 2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Stowe (L. E.) Secrets of palmistry. 224 
Copyright by Lyman E. Stowe, De- 
troit. 1899, no". 43207, July 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Sullivan machinery co., Chicago. Cata- 
logue no. 30, illustrating the Sullivan 
rock drills for mining, shaft sinking, 
tunneling, rock excavation, and quar- 
rying. 1899. 225 
Copyright by Sullivan machinery 
co., Chicago. 1899. no. 51663, Aug. 11; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Supplement of the Giles mercantile 
agency reference book, Aug. 1. 1899. 

226 
Copyright bv Charles Udell, Los An- 
geles/ 1899, no. 51392, Aug. 10; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Thayer (Henry) & co. ; net prices of 
medicinal extracts and other pharma- 
ceutical preparations. Latest ed. Sept. 
1, 1899. L^27 

Copyright by Henry Thayer & co., 
Cambridge, Mass. 1899. no. 52025, Aug. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Time of B. & A. R. R. trains from River- 
side to Boston and Boston to Riverside. 



Copyright by Miss A. Blanche Che\ 
lier, Welleslev, Mass. 1899, no. 609$ 

Sept. 2:: 



, 2 copies rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 
no. 174. 22 



Tip top weekly. 

Copyright by Street & Sinitb, New 
York. " 1899, no. 47925, July 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Union business college, 1899-1900. An- 
nual catalogue. 230 
Copyright by Fred. Enos, Bridgeport, 
Conn. 1899, no. 51151, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 



Universal auditing: record. 



231 



Copyright by American railway pub. 
co., Dayton, Ohio. 1899, no. 60989". Sept. 
22; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 



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TitU 



-Continued. 



Webster (Horace A.) Au illustrated 
synopsis of the Spaiiisli-Americaii war. 

232 
Copyright by Jacob Miller sons & 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 51817, Aug. 
12; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Well balanced facts. 233 

Copyright by The William G. Bell 
co.. Boston. 1899, no. 51153, Aug. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Westinghonse electric and mfg. co. Cata- 
logue no. 232, July, 1899. Alternating 
current switchboards for polyphase 
circuits. 234 

Copyright by Westinghonse electric 
and mfg. co., Pittsburg. 1899, no. 51819, 
Aug. 12 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Whiteside (M. A.) Whiteside's system 

of geometrical dress drafting. 235 

Copyright by Margaret A. Whiteside, 

Boulder, Colo. 1899, no. 47871, July 24; 

2 copies rec ; d Aug. 10, 1899. 



Work and win. no. 36. 



236 



Copyright bv Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, no. 44823, July 10; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

20th century catalogue. Reliable incu- 
bator and brooder co., Quincy, 111. 237 
Copyright by John W. Myers, Quincy, 
111. 1899, no. 50544, Aug' 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 



1.-BOORS- (3) NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Abyssinian troojjs advance. 169 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52104, Aug. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 
Afraid of offending Sj>ain. 170 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51880, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 
Another big theft at Ostend. 171 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52575, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
• rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Appearance of Capt. Dreyfus. 172 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51464, Aug. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 
Attacks Belgium's ministry. 173 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51872, Aug. 12; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 
Barred from all German races. 174 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51473, Aug. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 
Behind closed doors. 175 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no? 51705, Aug. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 
Believes war is imminent. 176 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 52112, Aug. 1-1 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Bell enters Angeles. 177 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. l 1899, no. 52093, Aug. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Au£. 12, 



Big gifts for a peace chapel. 178 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 51472, Aug. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Black (P. Y.) Under the kopje. 179 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co..Xew 
York. 1899, no. 50600, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Blum (Anthony). Copper review. ISO 
Copyright by Anthony Blum, New 
York. 1899, no. 34686, May 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd May 23, 1899. 

Boers an easy enemy. 181 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no'. 52561. Aug. 16; 2 conies 
rec'd Aug. 14. 1899. 

British expect war. 182 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51866, Aug. 12: 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Camp (W. M.) >>otes on track. 119. 

Change ol' line. 183 

Copyright by VV. M. Camp, Chicago. 

1899. no. 51208] Aug. 9: - copies rec'd 

Aug. 11. 1S99. 



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Titles — C ontinued . 

Capt. Andrews starts for home. 184 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51707, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Cardinal Isidoro Verga dead. 185 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52105, Aug. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Cheer the German emperor. 186 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52567, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Chicago (The) record's home study circle ; 
directed by Prof. Seymour Eaton, no. 
175, July 24, 1899. Vacation studies for 
young naturalists. (2 copies July 25, 
1899.) 187 

no. 176, July 25, 1899. Historic cities 

of Europe. (2 copies July 26, 1899.) 

188 

no. 177, July 26, 1899. Popular lec- 
tures in physical science. (2 copies 
July 27, 1899.) 189 

no 178, July 27. 1899. Three centu- 
ries of French literature. (2 copies 
July 28, 1899.) 190 

no. 179, July 28, 1899. Three centu- 
ries of French literature (cont'd). (2 
copies July 29, 1899.) 191 

no. 180, July 29, 1899. Royal women 

of European history. (2 copies July 
31,1899.) 192 

no. 181, July 31, 1899. Vacation 

studies for young naturalists. {2 cop- 
ies Aug. 1, 1899.) 193 

no. 182, Aug. 1, 1899. Historic cities 

of Europe. (2 copies Aug. 2, 1899.) 

194 

no. 183, Aug. 2, 1899. Popular lec- 
tures in physical science. (2 conies 
Aug. 4. 1899.) '195 

no. 184, Aug. 3, 1899. Three centu- 
ries of French literature. (2 copies 
Aug. 4, 1899.) 196 

no. 185, Aug. 4, 1899. Three centu- 
ries of French literature (cont'd). (2 
copies Aug. 5, 1899.) 197 

no. 186, Aug. 5, 1899. Royal women 

of European history. (2 copies Aug. 
7,1899.) 198 

Copyright by Seymour Eaton, Lans- 
downe, Pa, 1899, nos. 38225-38236, June 
9 ; 2 copies each rec'd July 25 to Aug. 7, 
1899. 

Clean sweep made. 199 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52094, Aug. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Consul Carroll in Cadiz. 200 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 51715, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Control the trade. 201 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no'. 52098, Aug. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Coolidge (H. L.) The butterfly's party. 

202 
Copyright by Mrs. Harriet Lincoln 
C oolidge," Washington. 1899, no. 50405, 
Aug. 4; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Cotton market at Manchester. 203 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 52102, Aug. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Death of a landscape painter. 204 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 51721, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Auo-. 10, 1899. 



Delcasse talks with Russians. 



20? 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51474, Aug. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Delcasse will go to Berlin. 206 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51882, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, L-99. 

Dewey sails again. 207 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52565, Aug. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Dewey talks of newspaper men. 208 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51716, Aug. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Dewey will go to Leghorn. 209 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52103, Aug. 14 ; 2 copies 



rec'd Ana-. 12,1899. 



210 



Dortmund-Ems canal opened. 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52568, Aug. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Dreyfus is firm. 211 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.' 51460, Aug. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Dreyfus shows himself a man. 212 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51467, Aug. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Duggan (JanieP.) Passion and patience. 

[Third installment.] 213 

Copyright by American Baptist pub. 

society, Philadelphia, 1899, no. 38428. 

June 10; 2 copies rec'd June 30, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Duggan (Janie P.) Passion and patience. 

[Twelfth installment.] 214 

Copyright by American Baptist pub. 

society. Philadelphia. 1899, no. 51476, 

Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Dutch act for the Transvaal. 215 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 18:19, no. 52577. Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Express sympathy for Boers. 216 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 52101. Aug. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12. 1899. 

Faint hope of peace. 217 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no*. 52100, Aug. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Fight American iron men. 218 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no! 51869. Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Fight on canal bill. 219 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 51703, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Florida in the storm's track. 220 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51724, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 
reed Aug. 10, 1899. 

For Dreyfus battle. 221 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52563, Aug. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Foster (J. B.) Miss Milvain's proud 

heart. 222 

Copyright by Julia B. Foster, U. S. 

1899, no. 51887, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 12, 1899. 

France must know. 223 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no" 51867, Aug. 12; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Gen. Porter stops at Hamburg. 224 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 



cago. 1899, no. 52572, Aug. 16 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 



copies 



Germans to colonize Brazil. 225 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 51720, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Germans watch Dreyfus trial. 226 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51469, Aug. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Get Aguinaldo's men. 227 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 51868, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Gould's yacht sails for Russia. 228 

•Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51465, Aug. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Government to buy railroads. 229 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.' 51717, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Government to meet at Nisch. 230 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51468, Aug. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Heavy storm loss in Antigua. 231 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51874, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

High official accused in Rome. 232 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51706, Aug. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Horror of the years in prison. 233 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 51723, Aug. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Hurricane in West Indies. 234 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51470, Aug. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Hurricane is still raging. 235 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no". 51870, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Hyne (C.) The lost continent. [Pages 
287 to 305 inc.] 236 

Copyright by Cutcliffe Hyne. Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 51317, Aug. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Integral franchise for Belgium. 237 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 51712, Aug. 11; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Italy waits on Pope's action. 238 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52566, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 14. 1899. 

Khedive of Egypt ai Vienna. 239 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52571, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 1 I. 1899. 



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Titles— Continued. 

King (Brig. Gen. Chas.) General King 

indorses Otis. 240 

Copyright bv S. S. McClure co., New 

York. 1899. no. 47640, July 22; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Letson (S. B.) Uncle Sam, my Uncle 
Sam. 241 

Washington, O, Washington. 242 

Copyright by Samuel B. Letson, 
Spokane.' Wash/ 1899, nos. 37505, 37504, 
June 6; 2 copies each rec'd June 19, 
1899. 

Libbey (Laura Jean). The marrying 

chances of plain women. 243 

Copyright by Press pub. co.. New 

York. 1 899, no.' 52116, Aug. 14 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Nothing so cheap in the eyes of men 

as slangy girls. 244 

Copyright by Press pub. co., New 
York. * 1899, no. 52121, Aug. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Lockout to continue. 245 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51865, Aug. 12; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Loomis (C. B.) Oliyer's three gifts. 246 
Copyright by Charles Bat tell 
Loomis, New York. 1899, no. 50599, 
Aug. 5; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Mark Hanna goes to Geneva. 247 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51463, Aug. 10 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 9. 1899. 

May close Callao high school. 218 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52570, Aug 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Mercier is involved. 249 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, tick 52095. Aug. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Milan refuses to depart. 250 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52574. Aug- 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

More radicals imprisoned. 251 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51875, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11. 1899. 

Morgan (Mary). A Madison avenue bou- 
quet. 252 
Copyright by Press pub. co., New 
York. 1899. no. 52115, Aug. 14; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Morgan (Mary). A Maiden lane wedding- 
ring. 253 
Copyright by Press pub. co., New 
York/ 1899, no": 51481, Aug. 10; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Mr. Foss tells of his work. 254 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 52109. Aug. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

No evidence in Servian plot. 255 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 51718, Aug. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. io, 1899. 

None too bright for Dreyfus. 256 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52580, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Often er schreibebrief des Philipp Saner- 

ampfer. no. 294. 257 

Copyright by German press and 

plate co., Cleveland, Ohio. 1899, no. 

■ 52134, Aug. 14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 

1899. 

Old Cap. Collier library, no. 819. 258 
Copyright by Norman L. Munro, New 
York. 1899. no. 51902, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Over 1, COO dead. 259 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52579, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Part of Milan's plan of revenge. 260 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 52573, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Peck's Uncle Ike and the redheaded bo v. 
July 1, 1899. 261 

Copyright bv Geo. W. Peck. Milwau- 
kee. 1899, no. 1 43255, July 3;' 2 copies 
rec'd July 3, 1899. 

[Peck's sun. Aug. 12, 1899.] 262 

Copvri»ht bv Geo.W. Peck, Minneap- 
olis. 1899, no. 52030, Aug. 14; 2 copies ' 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Plan to awe Kriiger. 263 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51461, Aug. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 
Plot to dethrone the sultan. 264 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52106, Aug. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 
Prince of Wales at Brussels. 265 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago 1899, no/">2569. Aug. 16; 2 copies j 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Prominent actor is dead, 



266 ' Rioting in Austrian cities. 



2^0 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 18U0.no. 51878, Aug. 12; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Prosperity in Victoria. 267 

Copyright l>y Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no! 5 1876, Aug. 12; 2 copies ! 
rec'd Aug. 11. 1899. 

Put rebels to rout. 268 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- I 
cago. 1899, no. 51702, Aug. 1L ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1890. 

Queen-mother leayes Holland. 260 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51708, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Quill dashes. 270 

Convright by Comic sketch club, | 

Baltimore. Md. 1899, no. 61001, Sept. 
22; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

Rebels forced north. 271 j 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- i 
cago. 1899, no. 5?578, Aug. 16; 2 copies ; 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Receiye cartridges from Cuba. 272 i 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- j 
cago. 1899, no. 51466, Aug. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Refuse to sustain Milan. 273 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52108, Aug. 14 ; 2 copies | 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Regarded serious in France. 274 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1890, no. 52110, Aug. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Reilly (Phil). A Chesterfield of crime. 

275 
Copyright by Phil Reilly. New York. 
1899, no. 52113', Aug. 14; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 10, 1899. 

A long watch and a hard tight. 276 

Copyright by Phil Reilly, New York. 
1800, no. 52114, Aug. 14; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 11,1899. 

The. loves of two women. 277 

The niggerhead clue. 278 

Copyright by Phil Reilly, New York. 

1809, nos. 52117, 52120, Aug'. 14 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

jRennes strongly anti-Dreyfus. 270 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52576. Aug. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1800. 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51474, Aug. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1890. 

Rising to rule Spain. 281 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51462, Aug. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Romana may be Peru's president. 282 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1800, no'. 51711, Aug. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Russian consul is recalled. 283 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52107, Aug. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1800. 

Scores die in storm. 284 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1800, no. 52099, Aug. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Seek to raise Mai chand's boat. 285 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51713, Aug. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Senator Hanna at Geneva. 286 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51877, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Sends news in spite of ignorance. 287 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no'. 51883, Aug. 12; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Simply a visit of friendship. 288 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 51710, Aug. 11; S copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Spanish situation critical. 289 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago.' " 1899, no. 51870, Aug. 12 : 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Stead (William T.) on peace conference. 

200 

Copyright by Associated press, New 

York. ' L899, no. 48557, July 27: 2 copies 

rec'd July 27, L899. 

Stories of the streets and of the town. 

Topy right by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. ' 1800. no. 52111, Aug. 11 : 2 ( 
rec'd Aug. 12. 1800. 

Storm sweeps Puerto Rico. 

Copyright by Chicago record, 
cago. ' 1800. no. 51871, Ai \ 

rec'd Aug. 11. L899. 



114 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Talmage (T. De Witt). Health resorts. 

293 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 51906, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. ] 2, 1899. 

Terriric gale rages in Chile. 294 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899. no. 51881, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies | 
ree'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

To discuss peace conference. 295 j 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51471, Aug. 10; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

To fight American oil monopoly. 296 ' 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- , 
cago. 1899, no. 51719, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

To unite continental Europe. 297 i 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51873, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Tomlinson (Everett T.) Ward Hill at | 
College. [23d installment.] ■ 298 j 

Copyright by American Baptist pub. I 
society, Philadelphia. 1899, no. 30579, 
May 5; 2 copies ree'd June 2, 1899. 

[24th installment] 299 

Copyright by American Baptist pub. j 
society, Philadelphia. 1899. no. 32798, | 
May 15; 2 copies reed June 9, 1899. 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City | 
star, Aug. 7, 1899. ) 300 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., I 
Kansas City, Mo. 18, >9, no. 51482, Aug'. | 
10; 2 copies ree'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Aug. 8, 1899. 301 i 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 51731, Aug. 
11; 2 copies ree'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Aug. 9, 1899. 302 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 51890, Aug. 
12; 2 copies ree'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Aug. 10, 1899. 303 j 

Copyright by Kansas City star co.. 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 52122, Aug. 
14; 2 copies ree'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Aug. 11. 1899. 304 

Copyright by Kansas City star co.. 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 52123. Am 
14; 2 copies ree'd Aug. 14, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Trial may not be brief. 305 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. *1899, no.' 52097, Aug. 14; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Trigg (J. S.) Farm, orchard and garden. 

(1,2.) 306,307 

Copyright by J. S. Trigg, U. S. 1899, 

nos. 51885, 51886, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies each 

ree'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Troops quiet Peru's congress. 308 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51881, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Unions agree to a compromise. 309 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 51714, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Upon a gold basis. 310 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 52096, Aug. 14; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Vauderbilts in harmony with the Penn- 
sylvania. 311 
Copyright by James Cordon Bennett, 
New York. 1899, no. 41303, July 8; 2 
copies ree'd July 9, 1899. 

Veterinary congress meets. 312 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 51725, Aug. 11; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Wales to go to Austria. 313 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 51709, Aug. 11; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Will allow no delay. 314 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51704, Aug. 11; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Will not implicate the chiefs. 315 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51722, Aug. 11 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Wilson (L.P.). How Uncle Sam played 

Cupid. 316 

Copyright by Lida P. Wilson, U. S. 

1899, no. 51888, Aug. 12: 2 copies ree'd 

Aug. 12, 1899. 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Title t 



Titles — Continued. 



Arizona: a drama, in 4 acts, by Augus- 
tus Thomas. 11 
Copyright by Robert Howard Eus- 
sell, New York.' 1899. no. 51676, Aug. 11 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 6. 1899. 

Case (The) of Smythe vs. Smith : a mock 
trial court scene, in 1 act. by Frank 
Dumout. 12 

Copyright by Penn pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899. no. 52033, Aug. 14 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

David Harum: a comedy, in 1 acts, 
dramatized by Ripley and M. W. Hitch- 
cock. 13 
Copyright by Ripley Hitchcock, New 
York. * 1899, no'. 51678, Aug. 11 : 2 type- 
written copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Folks (The) up Willow creek : a comedy- 
drama, in 1 acts, by Traver.s-Yale. 14 
Copyright by Frank S. Davidson, 
Cleveland. Ohio. 1899. no. 43258, July 
3; 2 typewritten copies rec'd Aug. 3, 
181 1 9. 



Moonlight (The) blossom: a Japanese 
romance, in 3 acts, by Chester Bailey 
Fernald. 15 

Copyright by Chester Bailey Fernald, 
U. S. ' 1899, no'. 69861, Sept. 22'; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

Scout (The) of the Philipjnnes: a mili- 
tary comedy-drama, in 3 acts, by Frank 
Dumont. 16 

Copyright by Penn pub. co., Philadel- 
phia. 1899, no. 52032, Aug. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Uncle Merlin : a comedy, in 4 acts, by 
William Whittemore Tufts. 17 

Copyright by ^Yilliam W. Tufts, 
Cambridge, Mass. 1899, no. 38101, June 
9; 2 typewritten copies rec'd Aug. 11, 
1899. 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



Titles. 

ABC pathfinder railway guide. 
1899. 



Oct., 
264 



Copyright by New England railway 
pub. co., Boston. 189s, no. 75729, Dec. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Oct, 5, 1899. 

Abendbiatt der Xew Yorker staats-zei- 
tung. Oct. 2, 1899. 261 

Oct. 3, 1899. - 266 

Oct. 4, 1899. 267 

Oct. 5, 1899. 268 

Oct. 6, 18. '9. 269 

Oct. 7,1899. 270 

. Copyright by Xew Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1899, nos. 1784- 
1789, Jan. 3: 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 3 
to 9, IX >9. 

American agriculturist, v. 61, no. 15. 

Oct. 7, 1899. 271 

Copyright by Orange Judd co.. New 

York. 1899. no. 701. Jan. 3: 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

American architect and building news. 

v. 65, no. 1240. Sept. 30, 1899. ' 272 

Copyright by American architect and 

building news co.. Boston. L899, no. 

3858, Jan.9; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 2. L899. 



Titles — Continued. 

American digest. Sept., 1899. no. 152. 

273 
Copyright by West pub. co.. St. Paul. 
Minn/ 1899, no. 59919, Sept. 18; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 2. 1899. 

American ecclesiastical review. Oct.. 

1899. v. ll,no.4. 271 

Copyright by Herman Joseph Heu- 

ser, Overbrook, Pa. 1898, no. 70106. 

Dec. 3; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 3. 1899. 



11. 



American electrician. Oil.. 1899. 
no. 10. 

Copyright by American electrician 
co.. New York. ' 1898, no. 76497, D< 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 7. 18 



florist, v. 15, 



no. 591. Sept. 
276 



American 
30. !. 

Copj'right bv American Borisl 
Chicago. 1899, no. 58121, Sept. 11: 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 2. 1899. 

American illustrated Methodist maga- 
zine, v. 1, no. 8. < >ct., L899. 277 

Copyrighl by Methodist mags 
pub. co/. St. Louis. 1899, no. . 
Mar. 18; 2 copies rec'd 0< b.6, 



116 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 



American investments and financial opin- 
ions. Oct., 1899. v. 10, no. 10. 278 
Copyright by Niagara pub. co., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 1898, no. 72026, Dec. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 

American law review. Sept. -Oct., 1899. 

v. 33, no. 5. 279 

Copyright bv Review pub. co., St. 

Louis, Mo. 1899, no. 23060, Mar. 31; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

American magazine, v. 3, no. 2. Julv, 
1899. 280 

Copyright by R. D. Boniface co., New- 
York. " 1899. no. 43260, July 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

American montlilv review of reviews. 

Oct., 1899. v. 20, no. 117. 281 

Copyright by Review of reviews co., 

New York. 1899, no. 3142, Jan. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Anthony's photographic bulletin. Oct., 

1899. v. 30, no. 10. 282 

Copyright by E. & H. T. Anthony & 

co., New York. 1898, no. 73129, Dec. 15; 

2 copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Art student, v. 14, no. 83. Sept., 1899. 

283 
Copyright by Ernest Knaufft, New 
York. 1899, no. 61681, Sept. 23; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept, 30, 1899. 

Ave Maria, Oct. 7. 1899. v. 49, no. 15. 

284 
Copyright by Daniel E. Hudson, 
Notre Dame, Ind. 1899, no. 58827, Sept. 
13; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 

B. and D. bulletin, v. 3, no. 6. Sept, 15, 
1899. 285 

Copyright by Bawo and Dotter. New 
York. 1899, no. 60229, Sept. 19; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct, 5, 1899. 

Babyhood. Oct., 1899. v. 15, no. 179. 

286 
Copyright by Babyhood pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 56493, Sept. 2 ; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 

Bookman, v. 10, no. 2. Oct., 1899. 287 
Copyright by Dodd, Mead & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 60917, Sent, 22; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Boston daily globe. Sunday, Oct. 1, 1899. 
v. 5(5, no. 93. 288 

Monday, Oct. 2, 1899. v. 56, no. 94. 

289 

■ Tuesday, Oct. 3, 1899. v. 56, no. 95. 

290 



Boston daily globe. Wednesday, Oct. 4, 

1899. v. 56, no. iJ6. 291 

Copyright bv Globe newspaper co., 

Boston. 1899, nos. 44191-441H4, July 7; 

2 copies each rec'd Oct. 2 to 5, 1899. 

Brooklyn life. Oct, 7, 1899. v. 20, no. 

501. " 292 

Copyright by Brooklyn life pub. co., 

Brooklyn. 1899, no. 22355, Mar. 28; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 

Brooklyn theatre guide. Sept. 18, 1899. 

v. l.no.3. 293 

Copyright bv H. S. & J. S. Mitchell, 

Brooklyn. 1899, no. 58290, Sept. 11 ; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 19, 1899. 

Building trades magazine, v. 3, no. 3. 

Oct., 1899. Whole no. 27. 294 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton. 1898, no. 75525, Dec. 24; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 



Callanan's monthly, v. 

1899. 



2, no.. 9. Sept., 
295 

Copyright by L. J. Callanan, New 
York. * 1899, no. 60863, Sept, 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 26, 1899. 

Cassier's magazine. Oct., 1899. 296 

Copyright by Louis Cassier, New 
York.' 1899, no*. 3882, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Get. 4, 1899. 

Catholic news. v. 13, no. 49. Oct. 4. 1899. 

297 
Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 74505, Dec. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Oct, 6, 1899. 

New York ed. v. 13, no. 49. Sept. 

30 ; 1899. 298 

Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 1898. no. 74556, Dec. 20: 2 
copies rec'd Oct, 2, 1899. 

Century illustrated monthly magazine. 

v. 58, no. 6. Oct., 1899. 299 

Copyright by Century co., New York. 

1899, no. 60893, Sept. 22; 2 copies rec'd 

Sept. 26, 1899. 

Chicago dry goods reporter. Sept. 30, 

1899" v. 29, no. 39. 300 

Copyright by Dry goods reporter co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 52147, Aug. 14; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 



v. 14, no. 1. 

301 



Christian endeavor world 
Oct. 5, 1899. 

Copyright by Golden rule co., Bos- 
ton . 1899, no. 859, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Oct. 4, 1899. 



117 

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1 Hies— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Christian herald, v. 22, no. 40. Oct. 4, 
1899. 302 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 
York. 1898, no. 75013, Dec. 22; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct, 3, 1899. 

Church record. Oct., 1899. v. 1, no. 7. 

303 
Copyright by Second Presbyterian 
soc, Cleveland". 1899, no. 35178, Mav 
25 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 

Clearing house quarterly. Oct., 1899. 
v. 5, no. 4. 304 

Copyright by Attorneys' national 
clearing house co., Minneapolis. 1899, 
no. 7425, Jan. 21 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 2. 
1899. 



Collier's weekly 
no. 26. 



Sept. 30, 1899. v. 23, 
305 



Copyright by Peter Fenelon Collier, 
New York. 1899, no. 25719, Apr. 12 ; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Coming age. Oct., 1899. v. 2, no. 4. 306 
Copyright by Coming age co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. '32250, Mav 12; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Conker's home journal. Mar. 1, 1899. 
v. 4, no. 6. 307 

Copyright by W. B. Conkev co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15387, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

v. 5, no. 3. June 1, 1899. 308 

Copyright by W. B. Coukey co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 35275, May 26; 2 copies 
rec'd May 29, 1899. 

Criterion. Oct. 7, 1899. 309 

Copyright by Criterion pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 59525, Sept. 16; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 

Cycling gazette and motor vehicle review. 

v. 8, no. 19. Oct. 5, 1899. 310 

Copyright byEmil Grossman &bro., 

Cleveland. 1899, no. 41639, June 26; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 

Designer, v. 10. no. 4, Aug., 1899. 311 
Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
Xew York. 1899, no. 43267, July 3; 2 
copies rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Dickerman's United Stales treasury coun- 
terfeit detector and bankers' and mer- 
chants' journal. Oct., 1899. v. 16, no. 
10. 312 

Copyright by John Holler, New York. 
1899, no. 283, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 
4, 1899. 



Eclectic medical journal, v. 59, no. 10. 
Oct., 1899. 313 

Copyright by Scudder bros. co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 76092, Dec. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 



Oct. 4, 1899. 



v. 35, 
314 



Electrical review, 
no. 14. 

Copyright by Electrical review pub. 
co., New York. 1899, no. 44802, July 10 ; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 

Electrical world and engineer. Oct. 7, 

1899. v. 34, no. 15. 315 

Copyright by Electrical world and 

engineer, New York. 1899, no. 42462, 

June 29; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 

Engineering record, building record, and 
the sanitary engineer. Oct. 7, 1899. 
v. 40, no. 19. 316 

Copyright bv Engineering record, 
New York. 1898, no. 71225, Dec. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 

Etude (The), v. 17, no. 10, Oct., 1899. 

317 
Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia.^ 1899, no. 30815, May 6 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 

Examiner, v. 77, no. 40. Oct. 5, 1899. 

318 
Copyright by Examiner co., New 
York/ 1899, no. 2613, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. . 

Farm and ranch. Sept. 30, 1899. v. 18, 

no. 39. 319 

Copyright by Texas farm and ranch 

pub. co., Dallas, Tex. 1899, no. 54315, 

Aug. 25; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Farm-poultry. Oct. 1, 1899. v. 10, no. 19. 

320 
Copyright bv I. S. Johnson & co.. 
Boston. 1899, no. 8877, Jan. 28 : 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 4. 1899. 

Flower mission magazine, v. 1, no. 2. 

July, 1899. 321 

Copyright by Irene Louise Test, 

Council Bluffs, Iowa. 1899, no. 43261, 

July 3; 2 copies rec'd July ;^. 1899. 

Gardening, v. S. no. 169. Sept. 15. 1899. 

Copyright by Gardening co.. Chi- 
cago. 1S99, no. 57744, Sept. ! 
rec'd Sept. 21. 1899. 

v. 8, no. 170. Oct. 1. : 

Copyright by Gardening co.. Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 577 15. Sept. 9: 2 v. 
rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 



118 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Golden days. Sept. 30, 1899. v. 20, no. 
46. 324 

Copyright by James Elverson, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 59773, Sept. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 19, 1899. 

Good housekeeping, v. 29, no. 4. Oct., 

1899. 325 

Copyright by Good housekeeping, 

Springfield, Mass. 1899, no. 61617, Sept, 

23 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Good literature. Oct., 1899. v. 8, no. 8. 

326 
Copyright by F. M. Lupton, New- 
York. " 1899. no. 55872, Aug. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 

Great round world. Sept. 28, 1899. v. 3. 

no. 39. 327 

Copyright by The Great round world 

co., New York.' 1899, no. 57092, Sept. 6 ; 

2 copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Harlequin. Oct. 4, 1899. y. 1, no. 15. 

328 
Copyright by Joseph Mark Lev^que, 
New Orleans. "1899, no. 55990, Aug. 31; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 

Happy days. Oct, 21, 1899. y. 10, no. 262. 

329 
Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, no. 58294, Sept. 11*; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct, 6, 1899. 

Harper's bazar, v. 32, no. 40. 330 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York/ 1899, no. 60867, Sept. 22; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 6. 1899. 

Harper's round table. Oct., 1899. v. 2, 

no. 24. 331 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 

York. 1899, no. 20822, Mar. 21 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct, 3, 1899. 

Harper's weekly, y. 43, no. 2233. 332 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 

York. 1899. no. 60892. Sept. 22 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Hooper's bulletin of clothing cuts and 

ads. Aug., 1899. 333 

Copyright by Will Phillip Hooper, 

New York. 1899, no. 48496. July 27 ; 2 

copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Horseman, v. 19, no. 40. Oct. 3, 1899. 

334 

Copyright by Chicago horseman 

newspaper co., Chicago. 1899, no. 2809, 

Jan. 5 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 6. 1899. 

Ice and refrigeration. Oct., 1899. v. 17, 

no. 4. 335 

Copyright by H.S.Rich & co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 5779, Jan. 14 ; 2 conies 
rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Illustrated Buffalo express. Sunday, 

Oct. 1, 1899. 336 

Copyright by Geo. E. Matthews & 

co., Buffalo. 1899. no. 3054, Jan. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 2, lb99. 

Illustrated police news. Oct. 7, 1899. v. 

66, no. 1720. 337 

Copyright by Alden pub. co., Boston. 

1899, no. 45496,\july 12; 2 copies rec'd 

Oct. 5, 1899. 

Inland printer. Oct., 1899. v. 14. no. 1. 

338 
Copyright by Inland printer co., 
Chicago. 1898,' no. 74179, Dec. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 

Inter-Office, Oct., 1899. y. 2, no. 6. 339 
Copyright by Henry R. Worthington, 
New York. 1899, no.' 60464, Sept. 20: 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 

Jewelers' weekly. Oct. 4, 1899. v. 29, 

no. 3. Whole no. 737. 340 

Copyright by Trades weekly co., 

New York. 1899, no. 44378, July 8; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Journal of cutaneous and geni to-urinary 

diseases. Oct., 1899. v. 17. Whole 
no. 205. 341 

Copyright by Physicians' pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 10123, Feb. 2; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Journal of the American medical ass'n. 

Sept, 30, 1899. v. 33, no. 14. 342 

Copyright by American medical 

ass'n, Chicago. " 1899. no. 56511, Sept. 

2; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Keystone, Oct., 1899. y. 20, no. 10. 

343 
Copyright by B. Thorpe, Philadel- 
phia, '1899, no. 31432, May 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 
Kindergarten review. Oct., 1899. v. 10, 
no. 2. 344 

Copyright by Milton Bradley co., 
Springfield. Mass. 1899. no. 607, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 
Law notes. Oct., 1899. v. 3, no. 7. 345 
Copyright by Edward Thompson co., 
Northport, N. Y. 1899, no. 23202, Apr. 1 ; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 
Leslie's weekly. Oct. 7, 1899. v. 89, no. 
2300. ' 346 

Copyright \)y Judge co., New York. 
1899, no. 55528' Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Oct. 6, 1899. 
Life. Oct. 5, 1899. v. 34. no. 880. 347 

Copyright by Life pub. co., Now 
York. 1899, no.' 22038, Mar. 27 ; 2 conies 
rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 



119 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Lippincott's monthly magazine. Oct., 

1899. 318 

Copvright hv J. B. Lippincott co., 

Philadelphia, *1899, no. 60593, Sept. 21; 

2 copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Literature. Oct. 6,1899. no. 39. 349 

Copyright bv Harper & brothers, 
New York. 1899, no. 41275, June 24; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 

Medical news. v. 75, no. 15. Oct. 7, 1899. 

350 
Copyright by Lea bros. & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 2745, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 

Medical record, v. 56, no. 15. Oct. 7, 

1899. 351 

Copyright by William Wood & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 60231, Sept. 19; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 

Meehan's monthly. Oct., 1899. v. 9, no. 

10. 352 

Copyright bv Thomas Meehan & 

sons, Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15652, 

Feb. 27 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Mercantile adjuster. Oct., 1899. v. 14, 

no. 4. 353 

Copyright by Mercantile adjuster 

pub. co., St. Louis. 1899, no. 55061, Aug. 

29; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Merck's report, v. 8, no. 7. Julv, 1899. 

354 
Copyright by Merck & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 43262, July 3; 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1899. 

Monist. Oct., 1899. v. 10, no. 1. 355 

Copyright by The Open court pub. 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 60401, Sept. 20; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Motor vehicle review. Oct. 3, 1899. v. 1, 

no. 5. 356 

Copyright byEinil Grossman & bro., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 1899, no. 57528, Sept. 

8 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

National nurseryman, y. 7, no. 9. Oct., 

1899. 357 

Copyright by C. L. Yates, Rochester, 

New York. 1899, no. 18252, Mar. 10; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 

New England homestead, v. 39, no. 14. 

Sept. 30, 1899. 358 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., New 

York." 1899, no. 752, Jan. 3; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

New England magazine. Oct., 1899. v. 

21. no. 2. 359 

Copyright by Warren P. Kellogg, 

Boston. 1899, 'no. 60392, Sept. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 



Tl t hs—C ontinued . 



New York herald. 

Oct. 2, 1899. 

Oct. 3, 1899. 

Oct. 4, 1899. 

Oct, 5, 1899. 

Oct. 6, 1899. 

Oct. 7, 1899. 



Oct. 1, 1899. 



360 
361 
362 
363 
364 
365 
366 



Copyright by James G. Bennett, New 
York/ 1899, nos. 60676-60682, Sept. 21; 
2 copies each rec'd Oct. 3 to 9, 1899. 

New York news-letter, v. 32, no. 5. Sept. 
and Oct., 1899. 367 

Copyright by New York life insur- 
ance co.,' New York. 1899, no. 60864, 
Sept. 22 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

New York times. Sunday, Oct. 1, 1899. 

368 

Monday, Oct. 2, 1899. 369 

Tuesday. Oct. 3, 1899. 370 

Wednesday, Oct. 4, 1899. 371 

Thursday, Oct. 5, 1899. 372 

Frid ay, Oct. 6, 1899. 373 

Saturday, Oct. 7, 1899. 374 

Copyright by New York times co., 

New York. 1899, nos. 58855-58861, Sept. 

13; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 3 to 9, 1899. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung. v. 65. Mon- 
day, Oct. 2, 1899. 375 

, Tuesday, Oct. 3, 1899. 376 

Wednesday, Oct. 4, 1899. 377 

Thursday, Oct, 5, 1899. 378 

Friday, Oct. 6, 1899. 379 

Saturday, Oct. 7, 1899. 380 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1899, nos. 1474- 
1479, Jan. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 2 
to 9, 1899. 



North American. 


Oct. 2 


, 1899. 


381 


Oct. 3. 1899. 






382 


Oct. 4, 1899. 






383 


Oct. 5, 1899. 








Oct. 6, 1899. 








Oct. 7, 1899. 






386 



Copyright by North American 
Philadelphia, * 1899, nos. 45292-15297, 
July 11; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 2 to 7. 
1899. 

Nylic exchange, v. 3, no. 7. Sept. 15. 
1899. 387 

Copyright by New York 1 i to insu- 
rance co., New York. 1899. no. 60865, 
Sept, 22: 2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Official railway equipmenl register. Oct.. 
L899. v. i:>. no. 5. 388 

Copyright by Railway equipu 

and publication co.. Now York. L898, 
no. 73112. Dec. 16; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 6, 

1899. 



120 

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Titles — Continued. 

Open court. Oct., 1899. y. 13, no. 10. 389 
Copyright by Open court pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 60399, Sept. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Our productions. Sept. 2, 1899. v. 5, no. 

25. 390 

Copyright by Amer. pub. & eng. co., 

New York. 1899, no. 54711, Aug. 28; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 7, 1899. 

y. 6, no. 1. Sept. 16, 1899. 391 

Copyright by Amer. pub. & eng. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 58714, Sept. 13 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 

Orange Judd farmer, v. 27, no. 15. Oct. 

7, 1899. 392 

Copyright by Orange Judd co.,New 

York. 1899, no. 649, Jan 3; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 

Outlook. Oct. 7, 1899. v. 63, no. 6. 393 
Copyright by Outlook co., New York. 
1899, no. 7084, Jan. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
Oct. 6, 1899. 

Pacific monthly. July, 1899. v. 2, no. 3. 

394 
Copyright by William Bittle Wells, 
Portland, Oreg. 1899, no. 59085. Sept. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 

■ Aug., 1899. v, 2, no. 4. 395 

Copyright by William Bittle Wells, 
Portland, Oreg. 1899, no. 59086, Sept. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 

Parker's supplementary reader, no. 98. 

Oct., 1899. 396 

Copyright by C. M. Parker, Tavlor- 

ville, 111. 1899, no. 42743, June 30; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

People's railway guide, v. 25, no. 590. 
Oct. 1, 1899. 397 

Copyright by I. L. Pease, Albany, N. 
1899, no. 41662, June 26; 2 copies 



Y. 

rec'd Oct. 4, 



1899. 



Philadelphia inquirer. Sunday, Oct. 1, 
1899. v. 141, no.93. 398 

Monday, Oct. 2, 1899. v. 141, no. 94. 

399 

Tuesday, Oct. 3, 1899. v. 141, no. 95. 

400 
- — Wednesday, Oct.4, 1899. v.l41,no.96. 

401 

Thursday, Oct. 5, 1899. v. 141, no. 97. 

402 

Friday, Oct. 6, 1899. v. 141, no. 98. 

403 

Saturday, Oct. 7. 1899. v. 141, no. 99. 

404 

Copyright by Philadelphia inquirer 

co., Philadelphia. 1899, nos. 59605- 

59611, Aug. 28; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 

2 to 7, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Philistine. Oct., 1899. v. 9, no. 5. 405 
Copyright by Elbert Hubbard. East 
Aurora, N. Y. ' 1899, no. 26862, Apr. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 

Pilgrim of Our Lady of martyrs. Oct., 

1899. 15th yr., no. 10. ■ ' 406 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 

New York. 1898, no. 71754, Dec. 9; 

2 copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Popular fashions. Oct., 1899. v. 10, no. 

10. 407 

Copyright by Popular fashions co., 

New York. 1899, no. 55134, Aug. 29; 

2 copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Power, y. 19, no. 20. Oct., 1899. 408 

Copyright by Power pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 9317,, Jan. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 

Primary education, v. 7, no. 2. Oct., 

1899. 409 

Copyright by Educational pub. co., 

Boston. 1899, no. 58712, Sept. 13; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 

Primary school, v. 9, no. 2. Oct., 1899. 

410 
Copyright by E. L. Kellogg & co.. 
New York. 1899, no. 15957, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Profitable advertising and art in adver- 
tising. Sept., 1899. 411 
Copyright by Kate E. Griswold, Bos- 
ton. 1899. no. 60397, Sept. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. ' 

Puck. no. 1177. 412 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 60228, Sept. 
19; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

Rand-McNally official guide and hand- 
book of the railway and steam naviga- 
tion lines of the U. S., Dominion of 
Canada, and Mexico. Oct., 1899. 29th 
year. no. 4. 413 

Copyright by American railway guide 
co., Chicago. 1898, no. 72359, Dec. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 

Reliable poultry journal. Oct. 1, 1899. v. 
6, no. 8. 414 

Copyright by Reliable poultry jour- 
nal pub. co., Quincy, 111. 1898, no. 
72321, Dec. 12; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 5, 
1899. 

Rudder. Oct., 1899. v. 10, no. 10. 415 
Copyright by Rudder pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 8132, Jan. 25; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 



121 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

St. Louis republic. Oct. 1,1899. 416 

Sunday magazine. Oct, . 1899. 417 

Copyright by Publishers, Geo. Knapp 

& co., St. Louis. 1899. nos. 46893, 46894, 

July 19 ; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 

St. Nicholas, v. 26, no. 12. Oct, 1, 1899. 

418 
Copyright by Century co., New York. 
1899, no. 60894, Sept. 22; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept, 26, 1899. ' 
Saturday night. Oct. 7, 1899. v. 37, 
no. 8. ' 419 

Copyright by James Elverson, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 59774, Sept. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 19, 1899. 
Self-culture. Oct., 1899. v. 10. no. 2. 420 
Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 43109. July 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 
Scientific American. Oct. 7, 1899. 421 
Copyright by Munn &, co., New York. 
1899. no. 439, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 
6, 1899. 

Building edition. Oct., 1899. v. 28, 

no. 4. 422 

Copyright by Munn & co., New York. 
1899, no. 460. J an. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 
5, 1899. 

Supplement. Oct. 7, 1899. 423 

Copyright by Munn & co., New York. 
1899, no. 502, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 
6, 1899. 
Sonntagsblatt der N. Y. staats-zeitung. 
Oct. 1,1899. v. 51, no. 40. 424 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung. New York. 1899. no. 189b, Jan. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Oct, 2, 1899. 
Southern fancier. Oct.. 1899. v. 5, no. 3. 

425 
Copyright by Fred. J. Skinner, Balti- 
more. 1899, no. 49632, Aug. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 
Stenographer. Oct., 1899. v. 14, no. 10. 

426 
Copyright by Stenographer print in g 
& pub. co., Philadelphia, 1899, no. 
53877, Aug. 23; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 4, 
1899. 
Success, y. 2, no. 56. Oct. 7, 1899. 427 
Copyright by Sue cess co., New York. 
1898, no. 76060, Dec. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Oct. 4, 1899. 
Suggestions, v.2, no.l. Mar., 1899. 428 
Copyright by Chicago school of psy- 
chology, Chicago. 181)!/. no. 16764, Mar. 
4; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 
Sun. v.67. Sunday, Oct, 1. 1899. 129 

Monday, < >ct. 2, 1899. 430 

Tuesday, Oct. 3. 1899. 131 



Titles— Continued. 

Sun. AVednesday, Oct, 4, 1899. 432 

Thursday, Oct. 5, 1899. 133 

Friday, Oct. 6, 1899. 434 

Saturday, Oct. 7, 1899. 435 

Copyright by Sun printing & nub. 
ass'n, New York. 1899, nos. 1148-1154, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 2 to 9, 
1899. 
Sunday magazine. Oct. 1, 1899. 436 

Copyright by Ervin Wardmau, 
York. 1899, no. 59077, Sept. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 
Syenska Amerikanska |)osten. Lop. no. 
761. Oct. 3, 1899. 437 

Copyright by Swan J. TurnblacL 
Minneapolis, 1899, no. 807, dan. 3? 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 
Table talk. Oct., 1899. y. 14, no. 10. 

438 

Copyright by Table talk publishing 

co., Philadelphia, 1898, no. 73773, Dec. 

17;' 2 copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Thought, v. l,no. 1. Oct., 1899. 439 

Copyright by John August Eich- 

waldt, San Francisco. 1899, no. 58135, 

Sept. 11; 2 copies rec'd Sept, 13, 1899. 

Town topics, v. 42, no. 14. Oct. 5, 1899. 

440 
Copyright by Town topics pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 4014, Jan. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 
Truth. Oct., 1899. v. 18, no. 10. 441 

Copyright by Truth company. New 
York. ' 1898, no. 73621, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 
Verdict. Oct. 9, 1899. v. 2, no. 17. 442 
Copyright by Verdict publishing co., 
New York. 1899, no. 52616, Aug. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 5, 1^99. 
Western electrician, v. 25, no. 15. Oct. 
7, 1899. 443 

Copyright by Electrician pub. co., 
Chicago/ 1899, no. 327, Jan. 3: 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 
Wochenblatt der New Yorker staats- 
zeitung. Oct, 7, 1899. til 
Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1899, no. 1952. dan. 
3; 2 copies rec'd 0< t. 5, 1899. 
Young people's weekly, v. 13, no. 41. 
Oct. 8. 1899. 

Copyright by David C. Cook pub. CO., 
Elgin. 1899. no. 3178. dan. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct, 2, 1899. 
Youth's companion. Oct. 5. 1899. v. 73, 
no. 40. 

Copyright by Perry Mason A co., 
Boston. 1899. no. 8173. .Ian. 2, : 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oot.4, 1899. 



122 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS ATsTD COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Adagio in E, for piano, by Franz Schu- 
bert. Edited and lingered by Max 
Vogrich. 2*3 

Copyright by Gr. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. o3U8. Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 18. 1899. 

Adieux (Les). Eondo for piano, by J. L. 
Dussek. Edited and fino-ered by S. 
Lebert. "281 

Copyright by G-. Schirmer, Xew York. 
1899, no. 53137. Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 18, 1899. 

Adrift on life's ocean. Ada Blenkhorn; 

T. E. Jones. 285 

Copyright by T. E. Jones, U. S. 1899, 

no. 53125. Aug. 18: 2 copies rec'd Aug. 

18, 1899. ° '■ 

Alabama hoe down. Bag two-step, by 

S. J. Hamilton. [Piano.] 286 

Copyright bv S. Brainard's sons co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 29195, Apr. 28; 2 

copies rec*d Aug. 18, 1899. 

All fools' day. . Words by B. H. U. Bloor; 
music by Richard H. Walthew. Lon- 
don, Boosey # & co. 

Copyright by Boosey & co., London. 
1899. no. 52(07. Aug. 17: 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 17. 1 

All people that on earth do dwell. Har- 
vest anthem for solo and chorus, bv 
Frank J.Sawyer. London, The Mu- 
sic publishing association. 

Copyright by Music publishing ass'n, 
London. 1899, no. 51706. Aug.' 12; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Always. Words by Charles Horwitz; 
music by Frederick V. Bowers. 

Copyright by M. Witinark & sons, 
Xew York. 1899, no. 52650. Aug. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Ameri inarch, composed bv 

Amos A. E. Konold. [Piano.] 

Copyright by Amos. A. E. Konold, 
Pittsburg io. 52770, Aug. 17: 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 17. 1899. 

Amid the shadows. Sacred song. Words 
by Jane Crewdsou; mil o. B. 

Nevin. 291 

Copyright by Hatch music co.. Phil- 
adelphia. 1890, no. 52873, Aug. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, lb99. 



Titles — Continued. 

Amos, the cripyde of Capernaum. A 

story of Xew Testament times. Words 
by M. I. Gillingtou; music by T. Mee 
Pattison. London, J. Curwen & s.ns, 
ltd. 292 

Copyrio-ht bv J. Curwen &, sons, ltd.. 
London. 1899^ no. 31401. May 9 : 2 con- 
ies rec'd May 20, T 

Andante con variazioni in F major, for 
the piano, by Jos. Haydn; translations 
by Th. Baker. 293 

Copyright bv 'r. Schirmer. Xew 
York. 1899, no. 53142. Aug. 18 : 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Andante in F, for piano, by L. von 
Beethoven: edited and lingered bv S. 
Lebert; translations bv Th. Baker/ 

294 
Copyright bv G-. Schirmer, Xew 
York. 1809. no. 53138. Aug. 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 18. 1890. 
Ankunft bei den Sehwarzen Schwaneu. 
(Arrival at the Black Swans.) Album- 
blatt componirt von Bichard Wagner: 
iibertragen fiir violoncello und piano- 
forte von Franz Bennat. Leipzig. 
Bob. Forberg. 295 

Copyright by Bob. Forberg, Leipzig. 
, no. 52496. Aug. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 16. 1899. 
At a C Jhinese wedding. March and two- 
step, for band, by C. L. Maurer. 296 
Copyright by J. A Y. Pepper. Philadel- 
phia. * 1809. ii , ag. 17: 2 copies 
1899. 
At the masquerade. For piano, bv Fred- 
erick A. Williams : op. 24. 297 
Copvright bv Hatch music co.. Phila- 
delphia. 1800. iio. 52874, Aug. 17: 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17. 18! 
Ballade, for violin and piano, bv Homer 
X. Bartlett: op. 187. 298 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, Xew 
York Lug. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17. 1899. 
Because he loves his mother. Sonu - . bv 
Monroe H. Bosenfeld. ^ 299 
Copyright by Victor Kremer, Chi- 
cago. " 1&99. no." 52871. Aug. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17. 1899. 
Because she is a woman; that is all. 
Written and composed by Felix Mc- 
Glennon. London. Frank Dean ^v. 
co. 300 
Copvriohr bv Frank Dean & co.. 
London. ' 1899." no. 51978, Aug. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 14. 1*99. 



123 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Bell (The) of Delphi. March and two- 
step, by H. Heidelberg; arranged for 
piano by Chas. L. Van Baar. 301 

Copyright by E. J. Denton, New 
York. ' 1899, no! 43295, July 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd June 20, 1899. 

Best hymns, no. 2. Compiled by Harold 
F. Sayles; musical editor, Elisha A. 
Hoffman. 302 

Copyright by Evangelical pnb. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 53209, Aug. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Ang. 19, 1899. 

Black (The) man's kissing bug. Words 

and music by Ben Harney. 303 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 52652, Aug. 16; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Bonita (La) waltzes, by H. S. Romaine. 
Arranged for band by F. A. Tubbs. 

304 
Copyright by F. A. Tubbs, Bryan, 
Ohio. * 1899, no. 52548, Aug. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Brave love. Song. Music by Kate Van- 
nah. 305 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 52875, Aug. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Broken (The) mast. Words by Edith 
Prince-Snowden; music by Frank L. 
Moir. London, Boosey & co. 306 
Copyright by Boosey & co., London. 
1899,no. 51964, Aug. 14; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 14, 1899. 

Bugle song. Words by Tennyson; music 

by Eugene Cowles. 307 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

ewYork. 1899, no. 5265 

copses rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Bukett (En). Religiosa solo och 
duettstycken. Med ackompanjemang 
af oiauo eller orgel. Utdrag ur Gittit. 
A. L. Skoog. 308 

Copyright by A. L. Skoog, Minneap- 
olis. 1899, no." 43281, July 3; 2 copies 
rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Burleske. Characteristic piece, for pi- 
ano, by E. R. Kroger: op. 42. 309 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 52876, Aug. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Can I forget? A ballad. Words by 
James Buckham; music by Frank T. 
Thuma. 310 

Copyright by Frank T. Thuma, Pitts- 
burg. 1899, no. 52457, Aug. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 15, 1899. 

7019— Vol. 21, No. 2 3 



Caprice espagnol, for piano, by M. Mosz- 
kowski : op. 37. Edited and fingered 
by Louis Oesterle. 311 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New 
York. 1S99, no. 53130, Aug. 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Cendrillon. Les lilies de noblesse, de J. 
Massenet. Petite transcription tres 
facile pour piano, par A. Trojelli. 
Paris, Heugel et cie. 312 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 52963, Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 18, 1899. 

Chant settings of the Te Deum laudamus, 
composed by Caleb Simper, no. 7. 
London, Weekes & co. 313 

Copyright by Caleb Simper, Great 
Britain. 1899, no. 43140, July 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Cheerfulness. Heiterer shin. Rondo for 
piano, by Carl Bohm : op. 254, no. 2. 
Revised and fingered by Thos. a'Becket. 

314 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 53128, Aug. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 
Colonel Hawkins' funeral march, com- 
posed by Horace R. Basler. [Piano.] 

315 

Copyright by H. R. Basler, Pittsburg. 

1899,^.52768,^1^.17; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 17, 1899. 

Concert (The) master. A collection of 

choruses, glees, etc , by A. Beirly. 316 

Copyright by Alfred Beirly, Chicago. 

1899, no. 58357,'Sept. 11; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 18, 1899. 

Consolation (La). For piano, by J. L. 

Dussek: op. 62. Edited and lingered 

by Til. Baker. Translations by Th. 

Baker. 317 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

1899, no. 53140, Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 18, 1899. 

Convention (The) march, two-step, by 

D. W. Reeves. [Piano.] 318 
Copyright by J. A. Bartlett music 

co., Providence, R. I. 1899, no. 50635, 
Aug. 5; 1 copy rec'd Aug. 5, 1899; I 
copy rec'd Oct! 2. 1899. 
Coon (The) dance, composed by Amos A. 

E. Konold. [Piano.] 319 
Copyright In- Amos A. E. Konold, 

Pittsburg. 1899, no. 52771, Aug. 17: 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17. 1899. 
Cuba libre. Words ami music by Frank 
Byron. 320 

Copyriuhr bv Frank Byron, Lock- 
port, N.Y. 1899, no. 51184, Ang. 9: 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 



124 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Coutinued. 

Dakota rag, bv O.H.Anderson. [Piano.] 

321 
Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 1899, l no. 37843, June 7 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Dal segno. Samling af religiosa s;inger. 
Med musik for blandade roster. Utclrag 
urGittit. A. L. Skoog. 322 ! 

Copyright by A. L. Skoog, Minneapo- j 
lis. 1899, no. 43282, July 3; 2 copies 
rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Dance of the peasants. For piano, by j 
Frederick A. Williams: op. 24. 323 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 51287, Aug. 9; 2 cop- j 
ies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Danse Norvegienne. For piano, by Ger- \ 
ard Tonning. 324 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- I 
delphia. 1899,'no. 52877, Aug. 17 ; 2 cop- I 
ies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Darktown (A) diversion. Two-step, by G. 
L.Lowell. [Piano.] *325 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 37837, June 7; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 
David's 95th psalm. Music by Frank J. j 
Johnson. 326 I 

117th psalm. Soprano solo och kor. 

327 I 
Copyright by F. J. Johnson, Wahoo, 
Nebr. 1899, nos. 48009, 48008, July 24; j 
2 copies each rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 
Dem nigger patriots. Words by Sol. 
Newmayer; music by Ckas. Gilpin. 

328 
Copyright by Sol. Newmaver and C. 
Gilpin, Philadelphia, 1899,' no. 43271, 
July 3; 2 copies rec'd July 24, 1899. 
Detroit. Words by William Edgar 
Springer; music by J. H. Hahn. 329 
Copyright by W. E. Springer, De- 
troit, Mich. 1899, no. 52139, Aug. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 
Dewey's waltz, for piano, by Emma 
Brenner. 330 

Copyright by Emma Brenner, Balti- 
more. 1899.no. 52640, Aug. 16; 2 cop- i 
ies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 
Domino polka, for piano, by Emil Otto. 

331 
Copyright by C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 52630, Aug. 16 ; 2 cop- : 
ies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 
Duluth-Superior. Latest rag-time two- ! 
step for piano, by Arthur J. La Fram- 
boise. 332 

Copyright by Arthur James La 
Framboise, Dulnth. 1899, no. 44308, 
July 8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 15, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Edna May gavotte, composed by Stephen 
R. Philpot. [Piano.] London, Lger- 
ton & co. 333 

Copyright by Egerton & co., London. 
1899, no. 52323, Aug. 15; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 15, 1899. 

Ein traumbild. A reverie. Fiir grosses 
orchester, componirt von Herman T. 
Koerner: op. 18. Partitur. Leipzig, 
Breitkopf <fc Hartel. 334 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 52647, Aug. 16; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Electra. Scene de ballet for piano, by 
Alonzo Stone. 335 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 52878, Aug. 17 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Entreaty. For piano, by E.R. Kroeger: 
op. 42. 336 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia, 1899, no. 52879, Aug. 17 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 



Eternal (The) 



■lod^ 



Sono- no. 1 in B 



Hat. Words by F. C. Smale; music by 
G. H. Stone. London, Boosey & co. 

337 

Copyright by Boosey & co., London. 
1899, no. 51966,' Aug. 14 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 14, 1899. 
Fesche dirndeln. Walzer fiir pianoforte, 
von Ludwig Andre : op. 161. Offen- 
bach am Main, Johann Andre. 338 

Copyright by Johann Andre, Offen- 
bach am Main. 1899, no. 52495, Aug. 
16 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 
Fifty selected piano studies, by Jean Bap- 
tiste Cramer. Arranged and revised by 
Hans von Biilow. Translations by Al- 
bert R. Parsons and B. Boekelman. 
Newly revised by Th. Baker. 339 

Copvrigkt by G. Schirmer, New York. 

1899, no. 53082, Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 18, 1899. 

Fighting Joe Wheeler. Words by H. L. 

Flash; music by Dion Romandy. 340 

Copyright by Alec B. Wilberforce, 
San 1 ran.cisco. 1899, no. 52777, Aug. 17 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Filipinos' baud march for the organ or 
piano. Composed by Nellie Rutledge 
Green. 341 

Copyright by Nellie Rutledge Green, 
Storm' Lake, Iowa. 1899, no. 51933, 
Aug. 12; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

For love's abroad in springtime. Words 
by Sara E. Branscombe; music by 
Gene Branscombe. 342 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 52880, Aug. 17; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Frog's convention march and two-step, 
by G. J. Dawson. [Piano] 343 

Copyright by Rich & McVey, Indi- 
anapolis.' 1899, no. 50782, Aug. 7; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Friihling'seinzug. Gedicht von Nicolaus 
Lenau; musik vou Richard Meienreis. 
Leipzig, Bos worth & co. 341 

Copyright by Bos worth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 525l>9. Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Friihlingsnacht. Springnight. Song by 
Robert Schumann. Transcription for 
piano by Franz Liszt. Edited and 
lingered by Louis Oesterle. 345 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 53144, Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 18, 1899. 

God is calling. J. Borthwick; Wm. J. 

Kirkpatrick. 346 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

U.S. '1899, no. 53121, Aug. 18; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Good cheer. An exercise for a junior 
rally, by Mrs. James L. Hill. 347 

Copyright by United society of Chris- 
tian endeavor, Boston. 1899,no.47244, 
July 21; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 15, 1899. 

Good roads two-step march, for piano- 
forte, by George Wm. Needham. 348 
Copyright by W. B. Hasey, Boston. 
1899, no. 52190,"' Aug. 14; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 14, 1899. 

Greek dance, for piano, composed by Leo 

P. Wheat. 349 

Copyright by E. F. Droop & sons, 

Washington. 1899, no. 52779, Aug. 17 ; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Guitarre, for piano, by M. Moszkowski: 
op. 45, no. 2. Edited and fingered by 
Louis Oesterle. 350 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 53129, Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug 18, 1899. 

Gymnastique harmonique, et lecture au 
piano, par. Ch. de Beriot. Paris, 
Louis Rouhier. 351 

Copyright by Louis Rouhier, Paris. 
1899, no. 52964, Aug. 18: 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 18, 1899. 

Hail to the second Oregon. Male or 
mixed quartet. Words by N.J. .) udah ; 
music by Z. M. Parvin. 352 

Copyright by Parvin & , I udah, Sa- 
lem, Oreg. 1899, no. 60409, Sept. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Hans and Gretchen. Duet for piano in 
easy style, by Werner ISolopp: op. 66. 
Revised and fingered by Wilson G. 
Smith. 355 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 52881, Aug. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Harris' (Chas. K.) popular songster; 
containing all the popular hits of the 
day. 354 

Copyright by Chas. K. Harris, Mil- 
waukee. 1899, no. 43269, July 3; 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1899. 

Hearts broken at the ball. Waltz song- 
and refraiu. Words by F. R . Hall ; mu- 
sic by Gomer Williams. 355 
Copyright by J. W. Stewart & co., 
Steubenville, Ohio. 1899, no. 50984, 
Aug. 8 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Hello, ma baby. By Howard and Emer- 
son ; arranged for band, with cornet 
solo, by F. Beyer. 356 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 52861, Aug. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Hey, jolly Robiu. Words by Robert 

Jones; music by Richard H. Walthew. 

London, Boosey & co. 357 

Copyright by Boosey & co., London. 

1899, no. 52709, Aug. 17; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 17, 1899. 
Humoreske. Characteristic piece for 

piano, by E. R. Kroeger: op. 42. 358 
Copyright by Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 52882, Aug. 17 ; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 
I can not be your sweetheart. Words 

and music by Abbie A. Ford. 359 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 29197, Apr. 28; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 
I love thee. Song for soprano or tenor. 

Words by Thomas Hood; music by 

Adolph M. Foerster. 360 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia, 1899. no. 52883; Aug. 17: 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 
I told my heart it must forget. Words 

by William H. Gardner; music by 

John Carrington. 361 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons. 

New York. 1899, no. 52654, Aug. 16; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 
I'm glad that face didn't grow on mo. 

Words by Tom Palv; music by Gus 

Edwards.' 362 

Copyright by Howloy. llaviland & 

co.. New York. 1899, no. 51935, Aug. 

12; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 12. 1899, 



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Titles — Continued. 

In a gondola. Gondelfahrt. Barcarolle 
for piano, by Carl Bohm : op. 254, no. 3. 
Revised and fingered bv Thos. a'Becket. 

363 
Copyright by Hatcb music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 53127, Aug. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

In your hand. Words by Jetta Vogel; 
music by C. M a vv son-Marks. 364 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 52712, Aug. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Intermezzo scherzoso, for piano, by E. 
R. Kroeger: op. 42. 365 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 52884, Aug. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Isaac, the son of promise. A sacred cau- 
tata. Written by Anthony Temple- 
more; composed by W. Lane Frost. 
London, Bayley & Ferguson. 366 

Copyright by Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow, Scotland. 1899, no. 51962, 
Aug. 14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

It's all off with you. Words by Fred E. 
Alexander; music by Scott Lawrence. 

367 

Copyright by J. W. Jenkins' sons 

music co., Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 

52857, Aug. 17; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 17, 

1899. 

Ivy (The) and the oak. Words by J. H. 

Barnes; music by Eugene Cowles. 368 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 52655, Aug. 16; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 
Johnson's hoecake dance. Character- 
istic two-step march for piano, by Wm. 

E. Russell. 369 

Copyright by A.M.Hall, New York. 

1899, no. 51412, Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 16, 1899. 
Jolly (The) blacksmith. Descriptive 

polka march, or two-step, by A. L. 

Maresh. 370 

Copyright by A. L. Maresh, Cleve- 
land. 1899, no! 52191, Aug. 14 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 
Just a misunderstanding with my lady 

love. Words by Charles Horwitz"; 

music by Frederick V. Bowers. 371 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 52656, Aug. 16; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 
Just as thou art. Russell S. Cook; T. E. 

Jones. 372 

Copyright by T. E. Jones, U. S. 

1899, no. 53123, Aug. 18 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 18, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Kunst (Die) des polyphonen spiels. Ein- 
hundert und achtzehn voriibungen, fur 
das studium der klaviercompositionen 
von Bachu. Handel ; von J. O. Armand: 
op. 2. Frankfurt-a-Main, B. Firn- 
berg. 373 

Copyrightby B. Firnberg, Frankfurt- 
a-Main. 1899, no. 52497, Aug. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Land (The) where the children play. 
Song no. 1, in D. Words by Caryl Bat- 
tersby; music by C. Francis Lloyd. 
Loudon, Boosey & co. 374 

Copyright by Boosey & co., London. 
1899, no. 51965, Aug. 14; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 14, 1899. 

Lead, kindly light. Sacred song. Words 
by J. H. Newman; music by C. L. Bliss. 

375 
Copyright bv C. L. Bliss, Washing- 
ton. 1899, no. '53150, Aug. 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Words by Cardinal Newman; music 

by Henry R. Mark. London, Orpheus 
music co. 376 

Copyright by Orpheus music co., 
London. 1899* no. 52325, Aug. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Lend me your aid; original words. Bow 
down Thine ear; an adaptation of de- 
votional words. By W. B. Trott; music 
from ''Queen of Sheba," by Charles 
Gounod. 377 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 52855, Aug. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Lied ohne worte. Fiir violoncello und 
pianoforte, von Max Rahn. Leipzig, 
Bosworth & co. 378 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1899. no. 52511, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Life's springtime. Rondo for piano, by 
John Towers. 379 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 52885, Aug. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 



Little Japanese baby. 
Lu tiers. 



Song, by Gustave 
380 



Conyright by Dunne & Ryley, New 
York. 1899. no. 53206, Aug. 19; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Little Mozart player. For piano, in easy 
style, by Werner Nolopp : op. 66. Re- 
vised and fingered bv Wilson G. Smith. 

381 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 



adelphia. 1899, no. 52886, Au< 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 



17: 



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Titles — Continued. 

Little (A) sonata-movement for the pi- 
ano, by F. Kulilau. Edited by Kate S. 
Chittenden. 382 

Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 43275, Julv 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 10,1899. 

Loin des yeux, loin du eo?ur. Valse. 
Piano solo, by Joseph Coccia. 383 

Copyright by Joseph Coccia, Phila- 
delphia, 1899* no. 51830, Aug. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Love (A) that lived in vain. Words and 
music by A. E. Gaylord. 384 

Copyright by A. E. Gaylord, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 1899, no. 51828, Aug. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis, set to mu- 
sic in the key of E flat, by J. T. Bavin. 
London, The music publishing associa- 
tion. 385 
Copyright by Music publishing ass'n, 
London. 1899, no. 51797, Aug. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 
Maid (The) of Port-y-Shee. Manx na- 
tional song. Words by W. H. Gill; 
music arranged by H. Lane Wilson. 
London, Boosey & co. 386 
Copyright by Boosey & co., London. 
1899, no. 52708, Aug. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 17, 1899. 
Major Betts' march, for band, by F. A. 
Tubbs. 387 
Copyright by F. A. Tubbs, Bryan, 
Ohio. ' 1899, uo. 52547, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 
Mammy's Carolina twins. Southern lul- 
laby. Words and music by Lee John- 
son*. 388 
Copyright by John Donigan, San 
Francisco. 1899, no. 52045, Aug. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 
Mar* Vance. Song, by William Lowell 
Brown. 389 
Copyright by C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston . 1899, no. 52628, Aug. 16 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 
Masqueraders' (The) waltz. Part-song 
for male voices, by Dorothy Baker 
White; arranged bv Alonzo Stone. 

390 
Copyright by White-Smith music 
publishing co., Boston. 1899, no. 52189, 
Aug. 14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 
Matinee (La). Rondo for piano, by J. L. 
Dussek. Edited and fingered by S. 
Lebert; translations by Th. Baker. 

391 
Copyright bv G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 53141, Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 18, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Mein herz giug auf die wanderschaft. 
Gedicht von Johanna Ambrosius; mu- 
sik von R. Meienreis. Leipzig, Bos- 
worth & co. 392 
Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 52507, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Mes souvenirs de Varsovie. Morceau de 
salon et concert. Transcription fiir 
pianoforte solo par Carlo Schwerzel : 
op. 2. Leipzig, C. F. Leede. 393 

Copyright b} T Carlo Schwerzel, Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 52499, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Metodo de baritono 6 saxhorn baritono, 
por G. Pares. Paris, Henry Lemoine 
et cie. 394 

De bombardino 6 saxhorn bajo. 395 

De fliscorno contralto 6 saxhorn con- 
tralto. 396 

De onoven 6 saxhorn alto. 397 

Copyright by Henry Lemoine et cie., 
Paris. 1899, nos. 52956, 52962, 52961, 



52965, Aug. 18; 
Aug. 18, 1899. 



copies 



each rec'd 



Mimosen. Twelve characteristic pieces 
for piano, by Cornelius Gurlitt : op. 113. 
Edited and fingered by Karl Klauser. 

398 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 53135, Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 18, 1899. 

Mother's (A) lullaby. Words and music 
by Van Wagenen Hasbrouck. 299 

Copyright by C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 52629, Aug. 16 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

My highland laddie. Song for soprano 
or tenor, in G. Words and music by 
George A. Voige, jr. 400 

Copyright by W. H. Willis & co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 52766, Aug. 17: 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Nightingale in the tree. For piano, in 
easy style, by Werner Nolopp: op. 66. 
Revised and lingered bv Wilson Gr. 
Smith. 401 

Copyright bv Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 52*87, Aug. IT: 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17. L899. 

Nocturne, in C sharp minor, For piano. 
by G. KarganotV: op. 18. no. 2. Edited 
and fingered by Louis Oesterle. 102 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, Xe^" York. 
1899. no. 53133, A.ng, 18; 2 copies reo'd 
Aug. 18, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Nocturne in D flat major. For piano, by 
G. Karganoff: op. 18, no. 1. Edited 
and fingered by Louis Oesterle. 403 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New 
York. 1899, no! 53132, Aug. 18; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Nocturne in F sharp major. For piano, 
by G. Karganoff: op. 3, no. 2. Edited 
and fingered by Louis Oesterle. 404 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New 
York." 1899, no! 53131, Aug. 18; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

O thou sublime, sweet evening star. 
Romance from "Tannhanser," by R. 
Wagner. For piano, by Josef Low : 
op. 108, no. 1. Revised and fingered by 
Heinrich Germer. 405 

Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co. , New York. 1899, no. 52991, Aug. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Offertory sentences, set to music by II. M. 
Higgs. no. 1. Let your light so shine. 
London, Novello & co., ltd. 406 

■ no. 2. Lay not up for yourselves. 

407 

no. 3. "Whatsoever ye would. 408 

no. 4. Not every one that saith. 

409 

Zacchfeus stood forth. 410 

Who goeth a warfare at any 

411 

If we have sown. 412 

Do ye not know f 413 

He that soweth little. 414 

Let him that is taught. 415 

While we have time. 416 

Godliness is great riches. 

417 

Charge them who are rich. 

418 

God is not unrighteous. 

419 

To do good. 420 

Whoso hath this world's 

421 

Give alms of thy goods. 

422 

Be merciful, after thv power. 

423 

He that hath pity. 424 

Blessed be the man. 425 

Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 

London. 1899. nos. 52970-52989, Aug. 

18; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Old (The) Missouri home. Words and 
music by Maggie Ford McDaniel. 426 

Copyright by Maggie F. McDaniel, 
Miltonvale, Kans. 1899, no. 14782. 
Feb. 23; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 10. 1899. 




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— no. 14. 

— no. 15. 

— no. 16. 
good. 

— no. 17. 

— no. 18. 

— no. 19. 

— no. 20. 



Titles — Continued. 

Olympic march and two-step. For two 
mandolins and guitar, by L. L. Doubt. 

427 
Copyright by Jos. Placht & son, St. 
Louis. 1899, no. 52778, Aug. 17; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Our brave boys who died. Words by 
Chas. S. Gerritson; music by Grace 
Parker Gerritson. 428 

Copyright by Charles S. Gerritson, 
Dorchester, Mass. 1899, no. 30728, 
May 6; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 15, 1899. 

Our Helen Gould. Waltz song and cho- 
rus. Words by Willis Clark; music by 
Maurice Levi. 429 

Copyright by Rogers bros. music pub. 
co., New York. 1899, no. 39451, June 
15; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 18S9. 

Pas des amphores. Air de ballet for 
piano, by C. Chaminade: op. 37. Re- 
visedand fingered by Heinrich Germer. 

430 
Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co., New York. IS 99, no. 52990, Aug. 18; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Petit (Le) rien. Romance variee for 
piano, by J. B. Cramer. Edited and 
fingered by Louis Oesterle. 431 

Copyright bv G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, lio. 53143, A.ug. 18 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 18, 1899. 

Phoebe Thompson's cake walk. March 
and two-step bv Sadie Koninsky. [Pi- 
ano.] 432 
Copyright by Edw. M. Koninsky & 
bros., Troy, N. Y. 1*99, no. 53050, Aug. 
18; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Polka-serenata. For piano, bv E. R. Kroe- 
ger: op. 42. 433 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 52888, Aug. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Polka simplice. For piano, by Fidelis 
Zitterbart. 434 

Coovright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 51289, Aug. 9 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Polnische volkstanze fiir orchester, frei 
bearbitet von Moritz Moszkowski: op. 
55, no. 1. Mazurka. Leipzig, C. F. 
Peters. Partitur. 435 

no. 4. Krakowiak. 436 

Copyright by C. F. Peters, Leipzig. 
1899, nos. 52501, 52502, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
each rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Pride of the South march, by Harvey 

Overcarsh. [Piano.] 437 

Copyright by Harvey Overcarsh. 

Charlotte, N. C. 1899, no. 51831, Aug'. 

12 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Princesse d'Auberge. Carnaval de J. 

Blocks. Petite transcription tres fa- 
cile pour piano, par A. Trojelli. 
Paris. Heugel et cie. 438 

Copyright by Heugel et cie. Paris. 
1899, no. 5-957, Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 18, 1899. 

Rapid transit inarch and two-step, com- 
posed by Mark Porritt. [Piano.] 439 
Copyright by Mark Porritt, Pitts- 
burg. 18iJ9, no. 52767, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Eastus Johnson's cake walk, by A. E. 
Bayler. [Piano.] 440 

Copyright by S. Brainnrd's sons co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 50460, Aug. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

'Knussmitihm. Words by Will A. Heelau ; 

music by Harry von Tilzer. 441 

Copyright by Win. C. Dunn & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 53149, Aug. 18; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Beeruit (The). Descriptive fantasia for 
piano, by Gustav Eensch. London, I 
Jefferys,'ltd. 442 ! 

Copyright by Jeffreys, ltd., London. 
1899, no. 52992, Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 18, 1899. 

Reverie, for piano, by N. Yan Wester- 
hont. Edited and fingered by Max 
Vogrich. 443 

Copyright byG. Sch inner, New York. 
1899, no. 53147, Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 18, 1899. 
Romance pour piano, par Maurice Mosz- 
kowski : op. 62. Leipzig, C. E. Peters. ! 

444 j 
Copyright by C. E. Peters, Leipzig. 
1899, no.52493, Aug. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 16, 1899. 
Rondo a capriccio, for piano, by L. von 
Beethoven: op. 129. Translations by 
Th. Baker. 445 

Copyright by G. Schirmcr, New York. 
1899, no. 53136, Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 18, 1899. 
Rondo in A for piano, by Jos. Haydn. 
Edited and lingered by Louis Oesterle. 

446 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899.no. 53134, Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 18, 1899. 

Rondo in G for piano, by L. von Beetho- 
ven : op. 51. no. 2. Edited and lin- 
gered by S. Lebert. Translations by 
Th. Baker. 447 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899. no. 53139,' Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 18, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Rothaarig ist mein schatzelein. Lied, 
von R. Meienreis. Leipzig, Bosworth 
& co. 448 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 52506, Aug. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Rounders (The). A vaudeville in three 
acts. Selection. Life in a toy shop. 
Words by Harry B. Smith ; music by 
Ludwig Englander. 449 

Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co., New York. 1899. no. 49602, Aug. 1; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

March and two-step, for orchestra; 

arranged by Chas. Kraushaar. 450 

Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 52552, Aug. 16; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Sapho. Musique tzigane, de J. Massenet. 
Petite transcription tres facile, pour 
piano, par A. Trojelli. Paris, Heugel 
et cie. 451 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 52958, Aug. 18: 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 18, 1899. 

Saviour, blessed Saviour. Processional 

hymn, by Lorin Webster. 452 

Copyright by Lorin Webster, U. S. 

1898, lio. 52772, Aug. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 16, 1899. 

Scherzino for piano, by Julius Handrock : 

op. 58, no. 1. Edited and fingered by 

Louis Oesterle. 453 

Copyright byG. Schirmer, New York. 

1899, no. 53145, Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 18, 1899. 

Scherzo for piano, by Edvard Grieg: op. 
54, no. 5. Edited and fingered by Louis 
Oesterle. 454 

Copyrightby G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 53146,' Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 18, 1899. 
Scherzo pour piano, par Maurice Mosz- 
kowski: op. 62. Leipzig, C. E. Peters. 

455 
Copyright by C. F. Peters, Leipzig. 
1899, no. 52494, Aug. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 16, 1899. 

School of mechanism. Fifteen primary 
studies in velocity, by J. B. Puvernoy : 
op. 120. Revised, fingered, and anno- 
tated by Thos. a'Becket. 456 
Copyright, by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899,iio. 53085, Aug. IS: 2cop- 
ics rec'd Aug. IS. 1899. 

Sempre amici. Tonjours amis. Piano 
solo, by Joseph Coecia. 157 

Copyright by Joseph Coecia, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 51829, Aug. 12: 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 12. 1899. 



130 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Sept (Les) paroles du Christ. Pour soli, 
choeurs et orchestre, par Th. Dubois. 

458 
Copyright bv Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, iio. 52960, Aug. 18; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug-. 18, 1899. 

Serenade. Descriptive piece for piauo, 
by Gerard Tonniug. 459 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 52889, Aug. 17; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Some day like parted streams we'll meet. 

Words and music by T. B. Kelley. 460 

Copyright by T. B. Kelley, Jersey 

City, N.J. 1899, no. 36325, June 1; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 15, 1899. 

Some day our paths will cross again. 

Words and music by T. B. Kelley. 461 

Copyright by T. B. Kelley, Jersey 

City, N.J. 1899, no. 29655, May 1; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 15, 1899. 

Sonatinas for the pianoforte by Friedrich 
Kuhlau. Edited and annotated after 
Louis Kohler's latest revision, by J. S. 
Van Cleve. vols. 1,2. 462,463 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, nos. 52184, 52183, Aug. 
14; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Song of hope. Words by Miss Lathbury ; 
music by A. Ferner. 464 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia, 1899, no. 52890, Aug. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Springtide. Words by William Long- 
man; music by Monk Gould. High 
key in F. London, J. B. Cramer & 
co. 465 

Low key in D flat. 466 

Copyright by J. B. Cramer & sons, 
ltd., London, England. 1899, nos. 52331, 
52332, Aug. 15; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 
15, 1899. 

Stay in your own back yard. Words by 
Karl Kennett; music by Lyn Udall. 

467 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
ew York. 1^99, i o. 526 
copies rec'd Aug. 16, 18^9. 

Story (A) of starlight. Words by Gunby 
Hadath; music by C. Mawson-Marks. 

468 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 52710, Aug. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 
Summer (A) idyl. Words and music by 
James G.S.Dey. 469 

Copyright by James G. S. Dey, Svra- 
cuse, N. Y. 1899, no. 51832, Aug. 12 ; 2 
cox>ies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Summer showers. Melodie for one or two 
mandolines, with piano and cello ac- 
companiments (ad lib.) By Ernest 
Reeves. London, Orpheus music 

pub, co. 470 

Copyright by Orpheus music pub. 
co., London. 1899, no. 52324, Aug. 15; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Supreme and eternal. Song no. 2 in A. 
Words by Beatrice J. Frail; music by 
Joan Trevalsa. London, J. B. 

Cramer & co., ltd. 471 

Copyright by J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, no. 52333, Aug. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 15, 1899. 

Sweet Kitty Kay. Words by E. W. 
Waite; music by E. W. Davis. Ar- 
ranged by N. L. Kopp. 472 
Copyright by Elmer W. Waite and 
Edwin W.Davis, Cleveland. 1899, no. 
39362, June 15; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 15, 
1899. 

Tabasco-marsch. For orchestra, by G. 
W. Chadwick. 473 

Copyright by B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 52639, Aug. 16; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Te Deum. Samling af riligiosa Sanger. 
Med musik for mansroster. Utdrag ur 
Gittit, A. L. Skoog. 474 

Copyright by A L. Skoog, Minneapo- 
lis. 1899, no. 43280, July 3; 2 copies 
rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Te Deum laudainus. A morning service 
for four voices set to music in the key 
of A major, by Edward Bunnett. no. 
1. London, Novello & co., ltd. 475 
Copyright bv Edward Bunnett, 
Great Britain. 1899, no. 52512, Aug. 16 j 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Teach me how to love. Words by J. E. 

Fay; music by J. B. Oliver. 476 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 52651, Aug. 16; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Tenth regiment march and two-step, 
composed by Jesse M. Soper. [Piano.] 

477 
Copyright bv H. E. Basler, Pittsburg. 
1899, no. 52769,' Aug. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 17, 1899. 

Thai's. Meditation religieuse, de J. Mas- 
senet. Petite transcription tres facile 
pour piano, par A. Trojelli. Paris, 

Heugel et cie. 478 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 52959, Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 18, 1899. 



131 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

There is a blessed home. Sacred song, 
with accoinpt. for the organ. Words 
by Sir Henry Baker; music by Albert 
Kitchinginan. London, The music 

publishing association. 479 

Copyright by Music publishing 
assoc, London. 1899, no. 51795, Aug. 12; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Thirty-six elementary and progressive 
studies, by H. E. Kayser: op.l ; 0. Re- 
vised and edited by Bernard Liste- 
mann. Book 1, no. 24. 480 

Book 3, no. 26. 481 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, nos. 76764 and 76766, 
Dec. 29; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 18, 
1899. 

Tho' forsaken, loved again. Words and 
music by Win. H. J. Morris. 482 « 

Copyright by William H.J.Morris, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 36759, June 2; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Three concert studies for piano, by Leo- 
pold Godowsky : op. 11. no. 1. Concert 
study in C minor. 483 

no. 3. Concert study in E flat major. 

484 

op. 12. no. 1. Sarabande. 485 

no. 2. Menuet. 486 

no. 3. Conrante. 487 

op. 14. no. 1 . Ein dammerungsbild. 

Twilight-musing. 488 

no. 3. Valse-idylle. 489 

no. 4. Scherzino. 490 

Copyright by G Schirmer, New York. 
1899, nos. 52178-52182,52175-52177, Aug. 
14; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Thy barns shall be filled with plenty. 
Harvest aucliem by Caleb Simper. 
London, Weekes & co. 491 

Copvright by Caleb Simper, Great 
Britain. 1899, no. 43141, July 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 3, 1899. 

To the rescue. Temperance action song 
set to popular tunes, by Lillian C.Hnme. 
London, J. Curwen & sons, ltd. • 492 
Copyright by J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 1899^ no. 50952, Aug. 8; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

To thee. Song in A. Words by J. Hnrst 
Hayes; music by Norman Hayes. 
London, Weekes & co. 493 

Copyright by Weekes & co., London. 
1899, no. 52322, Aug. 15; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 14, 1899. 

Town (The) of babyville. Song, by J. 
Henry Leipold. 191 

Copyright by Hatch music co.. Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 52711, Aug. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Treat your baby right. Words by Fred 
E. Alexander; music by Scott Law- 
rence. 495 
Copyright by J. W. Jenkins' sons' 
music co., Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 
52856, Aug. 17; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 17, 
1899. 

Trinity (The). Solo for soprano or tenor. 
Words by H. Bonar ; music by Clarence 
D. Rose. 496 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 52^91, Aug. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Trois arabesques pour le piano, par 
Maurice Moszkowski: op. 61. no. 1. 
Allegretto animato. Leipzig, C. F. 
Peters. 497 

no. 2. Allegro jnacevoie. 498 

no. 3. Allegro. 499 

Copyright by C. F. Peters, Leipzig. 
1899, nos." 52503, 52505, 52504, Aug. 16; 2 
copies each rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Troubadour (The). For piano in easy 
style, by Werner Nolopp : op 6(^. Re- 
vised and fingered by Wilson G. Smith. 

5(J0 
Copyright bv Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 52892, Aug. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Turkey (The) walk. Piano solo, by G. L. 

Lowell. 501 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 47110, July 20; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Twilight. Words by William Longman ; 
music by Monk Gould. London, 

J. B. Cramer & sons, ltd. 502 

Copvright by J. B. Cramer & sons, 
ltd., London. 1899, no. 52330, Aug. 15 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 15, 1899. 

Ungarisch lied von Richard Meienreis. 
Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 503 

Copyright by Bosworth & co.. Leip- 
zig. 1899, no." 52510, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Unter der adniiralsilagge. Marseh fiir 
piano, 2 hiindig, von Georg Remoir. 
Berlin, "Lindenverlag" (Kichard 
Milke). 504 

Copvrii>-kt bv Richard Milke, Berlin. 
1899, no. 52500, Aug. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 16, 1899. 

Waldes/auber-walzer. The enchantment 
of the woods. Milit;iriuusik. oompo- 
nirt ■von Carlo Schwer/el. Leipzig, 
C. F. Leede. 506 

Copyright by Carlo Sehwer. e>. Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 52498, Aug. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 



132 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



IVles— Continued. 

Waltz, from "The sleeping beauty." 
Composed by Frederic H. Cowen. 
London, Novello & co., ltd. Cello e 
basso. 506 

Viola. 507 

Violino secondo. 508 

Yiolino primo. 509 

Copvrigbt by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, nos. 52966-52969, Aug. 
18; 2 copies eacb ree'd Aug. 18, 1899. 



Water sprites at play. 
Frederick A. Williams 



For piano, by 
op. 24, 510 

Copvrigbt by Hatcb music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 52893,, Aug. 17; 2 
copies ree'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Welcome, bappy morning. Processional 

bymn, by Lorin Webster. 511 

Copyright by Lorin Webster, U. S. 

1899, no. 52773* Aug. 17; 2 copies ree'd 

Aug. 16, 1899. 

When you learn to love too late. Words 
by Joan Allen; music by Alfred Sol- 
man. 512 
Copyright by Victor Krerner, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52870. Aug. 17 : 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Where to build your castles. Music by 
Carrie Jacobs-Bond. 513 

Copyright by H. F. Chandler, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 43270, July 3; 2 copies 
ree'd July 3, 1899. 

Why was Cupid a boy? Written by 
William Blake ; music by Maude Valerie 
White, London. Metzler & co., ltd. 

514 
Copyright by Metzler & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, no. 5^702, Aug. 17; 2 
copies ree'd Aug. 18, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Wild lasst sprossen auf meinem hiigel 
das rosenreis. Gedicht von Johanna 
Ambrosius; musikvon Richard Meien- 
reis. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 515 
Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 52508, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Williams' expert method for guitar, by 
Charles R. Williams. 516 

Copyright by Chas. R. Williams, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 43321, July 3; 2 copies 
ree'd July 10, 1899. 

Woman's (A) love. Written and com- 
posed by Paul Pelhain. London, 
Frank Dean & co. 517 

Copvrigbt by Frank Dean & co., 
London. 1899, no. 51979, Aug. 14; 2 
copies ree'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

York county sesqui-centennial march, 
two-step, by Harry W. Albright. 
[Piano. J 518 

Copyright by E. C. Bender and Harry 
W. Albright, York, Pa. 1899, no. 47715, 
July 22; 2 copies ree'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

You can't win me from my man. Words 
and music by H. Y. Leavitt. 519 

Copvrigbt by E. J. Denton, New 
York.' 1899. no. 53999, Aug. 24; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

You're the only one. Words by George 
Totten Smith ; music by Robert A. 
Reiser. 520 

Copyright by Hugo V. Schlam, New 
York." 1899, no. 52641, Aug. 16; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Zaida, Danse de ballet pour piano, par 
C. W. Rrogmann. 521 

Copyright by B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. '1899, no. 52638, Aug. 16 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Aug. 16, 1899. 



V. MAPS A1STD CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors, see end of 

Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Atlantic City, N. J. (Plan of). 25 

Copyright bv Alvah Bushnell co., 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 33818, May 19; 

1 copy ree'd Mav 19, 1899; 1 copy ree'd 

Aug. 2, 1899. 
Avoca, Pottawattamie county, Iowa. 

June, 1899. 26 

Copvrigbt by Sanborn -Perr is map 

co.. ltd., New York. 1899, no. 49230, 

July 29; 2 copies ree'd July 29, 1899. 



Ti t les — C ontinued. 

Bennett, Cedar county, Iowa. June, 1899. 

27 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 49231, 
July 29; 2 copies ree'd July 29, 1899. 

May, 

28 
Copvrigbt by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd./ New York. 1X99, no. 48640, 
July 27; 2 copies ree'd July 27, 1899. 



Bio- Rapids, Mecosta county, Mich. 

1899. 



133 



MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Brooklyn, Poweshiek county, Iowa. May, 

1899. 29 

Copyright by Sanborn -Perris map 

co.. ltd., New York. 1899, no. 41993, 

June 27; 2 copies rec'd June 27, 1899. 

Burr Oak, St. Joseph county, Mich. June, 

1899. 30 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co.. ltd., New York. 1899, no. 41991, 

June 27; 2 copies rec'd June 27, 1899. 

Centerville, St. Joseph comity, Mich. 

June, 1899. 31 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co.. ltd., New York. 1899, no. 41992, 

June 27 ; 2 copies rec'd June 27, 1899. 

Dewey's march through the New York 

arch. 32 

Copyright by Howard A. Dodge, 

Montclair, N.J. 1899, no. 61640, Sept. 

23; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Dodge Center, Dodge county, Minn. May, 

1899. 33 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 48223, 

July 25; 2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 

Elk Falls, Elk county, Kans. June, 1899. 

34 

Copyright by Sanborn Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 49017, 

July 28; 2 copies rec'd July 28, 1899. 

Elmore, Ottawa county, Ohio. May, 1899. 

35 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co., 

ltd., New York. 1899, no. 48641, July 

27; 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Emporia, Lyon county, Kans. May, 1899. 

36 

Copyright by Sanbnrn-Perrismap co., 

ltd., New York. 1899, no. 48224, July 

25; 2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 

Exira, Audubon county, Iowa. June, 

1899. 37 : 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co., 
td., New York. 1899, no. 49232, July ! 
29; 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 
Genoa, Ottawa county, Ohio. May, 1899. 

38 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co., 

ltd., New York. 1899, no. 49233, July 

29; 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Grenola, Elk county, Kans. June, 1899. 

39 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co., 

ltd., New York. 1899, no. -18225, July 

25; 2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 

Griswold, Cass county, Iowa. June, 1899. 

10 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co. , 
ltd., New York. 1899, no. 49234, July 
29; 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Hawardeii, Sioux county, Iowa. May, 

1899. 41 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co., 

ltd., New York. 1899, no. 48226, July 

25 ; 2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 

Howard, Elk county, Kans. June, 1899. 

42 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co., 
ltd., New York. 1899, no. 49018, July 
28; 2 copies rec'd July 28, 1899. 

Kasson, Dodge county, Minn. May, 1899. 

43 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co., 
ltd.. New York. 1899, no. 48642, July 
27; 2 copies rec'd July 27,1899. 

Kissimmee City, Osceola county, Fla. 
May, 1899. 44 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co., 
ltd., "New York. 1899, uo. 41994, June 
27; 2 copies rec'd June 27, 1899. 

Longton, Elk county, Kans. June, 1899. 

45 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 48227, 
July 25; 2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 

Maquoketa, Jackson county, Iowa. May, 

1899. 46 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 49019, 

July 28; 2 copies rec'd July 28, 1899. 

Maynard, Middlesex county, Mass. May, 

1899. 47 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd./ New \ork. 1899, no. 48218, 

July 25; 2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 

Morantown, Allen county, Kans. May. 

1899. 48 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899. no. 41995, 

June 27; 2 copies rec'd June 27, 1899. 

Neliiih, Antelope county, Nebr. June, 

1899. 49 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 48643, 

July 27; 2 copies rec'd July 27. 1899. 

Neola, Pottawattamie county, Iowa. 50 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New "York. 1899. no. 19235. 
July 29; 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Paris, Monroe county, Mo. June. 1899. 

51 
Copyright by Sanborn- Perris map 
co., ltd.,' New York. 1899. no. 18219, 
July 25; 2 copies rec'd July 25. 1899. 

Philadelphia (Insurance maps of), v.6, 

1899. 52 

Copyright by Ernest Hexamer<& son. 
Philadelphia. ' 1899, no. 49113, July 29: 
2 copies rec'd July 29. 1899. 



134 

MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Sedan, Chautauqua county, Kans. June, 

1899. 53 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 49236, 

July 29; 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 

Shelby, Shelby county, Iowa. June, 1899. 

54 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 48220, 
July 25; 2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 

Tampa, including West Tampa, Ybor 
City, Fort Tampa City, and Fort Tam- 
pa, Florida. June, 1899. 55 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 52200, 
Aug. 14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Tekamah, Burt county, Nebr. May, 1899. 

56 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd.,' New York. 1899, no. 48644, 
July 27; 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Tower Hill, Shelby county, 111. June, 

1899. 57 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 48221, 

July 25; 2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 

Vicksburg, Kalamazoo county, Mich. 

June, 1899. 58 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 48222. 

July 25; 2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 

West Liberty, Muscatine county, Iowa. 

June, 1899.' 59 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 49237, 

July 29; 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 

White Pigeon, St. Joseph county, Mich. 

June, 1899. 60 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 49238, 

July 29; 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1899. 



VI. EISTG-RAVHSTG-S, CUTS, AND PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Admiral (The): What ails our uncle? 

81 
Copyright by Life pub. co., New 
York. 1899,no.61766, Sept. 23; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Affinities. 82 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
maun, New York. 1899, no. 18235, July 
25; 2 copies rec'd July 26, 18sj9. 

Art is long. 83 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 48241, July 
25; 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1899. 

Art supplement. 84 

Copyright by Push pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. 1899, no. 61752, Sept. 
23; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Baron's (The) charger. (Lincoln art 

series.) 85 

Copyright by John Piersol McCas- 

key, Lancaster, Pa. 1899, no. 50648, 

Aug. 5 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Brilliant prospects. 86 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
nianu, New York. 1899, no. 48238, July 
25; 2 copies rec'd July 26, 189P. 



Titles — Continued. 

Clever (A) scheme. 87 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 48243, July 
25; 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1899. 

Columbia defending 
Oct. 16, 1871. 



the America cup. 



Copyright by Rudder pub. co.,New 
York. 1899, no'. 61749, Sept. 23; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Daisy. 89 

Copyright by H. C. Rost, New York. 
1899, no. 50473, Aug. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 4, 1899. 

Didn't know when he was well off. 90 
Copyright by Keppler &. Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 48234, July 
25; 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1899. 



Carthage. 



(Lincoln art 
91 



Dido building 
series.) 

Copyright by John Piersol McCaskey, 
Lancaster, P;i.' 1899, no. 50647, Aug. 5 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Earnest (An) wish. 92 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
niann, New York. 1899, no. 48246, July 
25; 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1899. 



135 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Fckford's new white "Sadie Burpee." 

93 
Copyright by W. Atlee Burpee & co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 61753, Sept. 23; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Filling the bill. 94 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
maun/New York. 1899, no. 18247, July 
25; 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1899. 

Friend (A) in need; or, A feathery rescue. 

95 
Copyright b\ T Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 48233, July 
25 ; 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1899. 

Garden (A) spot. 96 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 48237, July 
25; 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1899. 

Gloye (A) contest. 97 

Copyright by Cassius M. Coolidge, 
New York. 1899, no. 60906, Sept. 22 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

Good morning! Have you used 

want ads? 98 

Copyright by F. B. Patterson, New 
York. 1899, no. 19158, Mar. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

His recommend. 99 

Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,'New York. 1899, no. 48232, July 
25; 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1899. 

Home again. 100 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co.,' New York. 1899, no. 

49570, Aug. 1; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 1, 

1899. 

Madeline defending the America cup, 

1876. 10L 

Copyright by Rudder nub. co., New 

York. 1899. no.' 61751, Sept. 23; 2 copies 

rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Magic defending the America cup, 1870. 

102 
Copyright by Rudder pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no' 61748, Sept. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Mothers (The). (Lincoln art series.) 

103 
Copyright by John Piersol McCnskey, 
Lancaster, Pa. 1899, no. 50651, Aug. 5; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

No chance for criticism. 104 

Copyright by Kepnler & Seliwarz- 
manu,'New York. 1899, no. 48231, July 
25; 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Nobleman (The) : Every man has his 

price, you know. 105 

Copyright by Life pub. co., New 

York. 1899, no. 61767, Sept. 23; 2 copies 

rec'd. Sept. 23, 1899. 

On a level. 106 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 48242, J uly 
25 ; 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1899. 

One of many. 107 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,New York. 1899, no. 48244, Jul v 
25 ; 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1899. 

Pansy. 108 

Copyright by E. Rost, New York. 

599, no. 504 

Aug. 4, 1899. 

Progress in the north. 109 

Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,'New York. 1899, no. 48228, July 
25; 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1899. 

Prophet (A). 110 

Copy right bv Keppler & SchwaT-z- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 48236, July 
25; 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1899. 

Puckographs. 11. A man that has done 

a pretty good job, so far. Ill 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 

mann, New York. 1899. no. 48240, July 

25; 2 copfes rec'd July 26, 1899. 

" Right or left?" (Lincoln art series.) 

112 
Copyright by John Piersol McCaskev, 
Lancaster, Pa. 1899, no. 50650, Aug. 5; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 
Sappho defending the America cup, Oct. 
21,1871. 113 

Copyright by Rudder pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 617..0, Sept. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept 23, 1899. 
Saved. (Lincoln art series.) 114 

Copyright by John Piersol McCas- 
kev, Lancaster, Fa. 1899, no. 50652, 
Aug. 5 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 
Shakespeare and his friends. (Lincoln 
art series.) 115 

Copyright bv John Piersol McCas- 
key, Lancaster, Pa. 1899. no. 50649, 
Aug. 5; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 5. 1899. 
Spring. L16 

Copyright by H. C. Rost. New York. 
1899, no. 50472, Aug. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. I. 1899. 
Sweet dreams. 1 17 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwars- 
niann." New York. 1899. no. 48239, July 
25; 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1899. 



136 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Their onlj* hope. 118 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
111 ami, New York. 1899, no. 48230, July 
25; 2 copies ree'd July 26, 1899. 

Threat (A). 119 

Copyright by Keppler & Sckwarz- 
manu,' New York. 1899, no. 18229, July 
25; 2 copies ree'd July 26, 1899. 

Two (The) lovers. 120 

Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
maun, New York. 1899, no. 18248, July 
25; 2 copies ree'd July 26, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Waiting. 121 

Copyright by E. Rost, New York. 
1899, no, 50175, Aug. 4 ; 2 copies ree'd 
Aug. 4, 1899. 

Western (A) Solon. 122 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 48245, July 
25 ; 2 copies ree'd July 26, 1899. 

White Holland turkeys. 123 

Copyright by W. H. Wagner & sons, 

Freeport, 111. 1898, no. 7108, Jan. 21 ; 1 

copy ree'd Jan. 21, 1898; 1 copy ree'd 

Aug. 4, 1899. 



VII. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Barton & Eckhoff. 19 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no'. 43312, July 3; 2 copies 
ree'd July 3, 1899. 

Berry and Hughes. 20 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 43311, July 3; 2 copies 
ree'd July 3, 1899. 

Bicycle rider, no. 3981. 21 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 48530, July 
27; 2 copies ree'd July 27, 1899. 

Catsup bottle, no. 3961. 22 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 43318, July 
3; 2 copies ree'd July 3, 1899. 

Clown, no. 3843. 23 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 43314, July 
3; 2 copies ree'd July 3, 1899. 

Comedy, no. 1000. 24 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 48535, July 
27; 2 copies ree'd July 27, 1899. 

Coogan visits Doogan. no. 3810. 25 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 48536, July 
27; 2 copies ree'd July 27, 1899. 

Dairy (The) farm. 26 

Copyright by The Seer print, New 
York. 1899. no. 48908, July 28 ; 2 copies 
ree'd July 28, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Dream. 1-sheet, no. 8554. 27 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 41730, June 26; 
2 copies ree'd July 31, 1899. 

Eccentric character, no. 3999. 28 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati'^ 1899, no. 48529, July 27; 
2 copies ree'd July 27, 1899. 

Eliza's escape. 29 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. '1899, no. 43308, July 3; 2 copies 
ree'd July 3, 1899. 



Evans's" excelsior globes. 



30 



Copyright by R. O. Evans & co., Chi- 
cago. 1699, no. 27962, Apr. 22 ; 2 copies 
ree'd June 30, 1899. 

Foster (The) warm air register. 31 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 50577, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Hands on traitor, no. 3955. 32 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899. no. 48531, July 27; 
2 copies ree'd July 27, 1899. 

Hoyt portrait, no. 3675. 33 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 48537, July 27; 
2 copies ree'd July 27, 1899. 

Inn keeper, no. 3958. 34 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 48528, July 27; 
2 copies ree'd July 27, 1899. 



137 



CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Johnson. 3-she.-t. no. 8528. 35 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 

mciuuati. 1899, no. 39 

copies rec'd July 8, 1899. 

Kiss me again, no. 3960. 36 

Copyright by United States printing 
co.. Cincinnati. 1899, no. 46405, July 17; 
2 copies rec'd July 17, 1899. 

Lawyer Marks. 37 

Copyright bv Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. "1898, no". 43310, July 3; 2 copies 
rec'd July 3, 1899. 
Letter combination, no. 3963. 38 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 43313, July 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd July 3, 1899. 
" Mack " portrait, no. 4005. 39 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 48526, July 
27; 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

Modjeska. £- sheet, no. 2446. 40 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 48512, J uly 27; 2 copies 
rec'd July 27, 1899. 
Murder, no. 3853. 41 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 48527, July 
27; 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 
O'Brien & Havel. 42 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 50575, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 
Oh, I don't know. no. 3841. 43 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 48532, July 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 
Oiling works, no. 3959. 44 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 46406, July 
17; 2 copies rec'd July 17, 1899. 

On the levee. 45 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 43309, July 3; 2 copies 
rec'd July 3, 1899. 
Quick lunch, no. 4060. 46 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 48533, July 
27; 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 
Racing limited, no. 4059. 47 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 48534, July 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 
Smith & Campbell. 48 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 50576, Aug. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Soaking the Jew. no. 3850. 49 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 43315, July 3; 
2 copies rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Strange adventures in "the fall and rise 
of Humpty Duinpty." Caye of dark- 
ness. 50 

Coral grotto of light, nos. 1, 2. 51, 52 

Copyright by The Seer print, New 
York. 1899, nos. 48909-48911, July 28; 
2 copies each rec'd July 28, 1899. 

Teasing sea dog. no. 3676. 53 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 46111, July 
17 ; 2 copies rec'd July 17, 1899. 

Time. no. 3852. 54 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 43316, July 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Twelve o'clock, no. 3851. 55 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 46407, July 
17; 2 copies rec'd July 17, 1899. 

Two portraits, no. 4014. 56 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 48525, July 
27; 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1899. 

no. 4017. 57 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 46409, July 
17; 2 copies rec'd July 17, 1899. 

Uncle Tom and Eva. 58 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. '1899, no. 43307, July 3; 2 copies 
rec'd July 3, 1899. 

Unexpected (An) return. 59 

Copyright by Lautz bros. Sl co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no.*48912, July 28; 2 copies 
rec'd July 28, 1899. 

Unforgiven. no. 3954. 60 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899. no. 46410. July 
17; 2 copies rec'd July 17, 1899. 
"Who's afraid?" 61 

Copyright by American litho. CO., 
New York. 1899, no. 49032, July 28; 2 
copies rec'd J uly 28. 1899. 
Wild flowers, no. 3953. 62 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899. no, 48523, July 
27; 2 copies rec'd July 27. 1899. 
You dog! no.3957. 63 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899. no. 48524, July 
27; 2 copies rec'd July 27. 1899. 



138 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Ah Doug. 158 

Copyright by Mrs. Etta Hortense 
Schulze, Sail Francisco. 1899, no. 50488, 
Aug. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Ah Hiug. 159 

Copyright by Mrs. Etta Hortense 
Schnlze, San Francisco. 1899, no. 50493, 
Aug. 4; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Ah Lee. 160 

Copyright by Mrs. Etta Hortense 
Schnlze, San Francisco. 1899, no. 50494, 
Aug. 4; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Ah Puy. 161 

Copyright by Mrs. Etta Hortense 
Schulze, San Francisco. 1899, no. 50497, 
Aug. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 
American shells that were fired at the 
fall of Santiago, no. 13360. 162 

Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton. N. H. 1899, no. 50237, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Arab group on horseback. 38. 163 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 50354. Aug. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Arab group, standing. 10. 164 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 50327, Aug. 4; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Arab race. 33. 165 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 50349, Aug. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Arabs. (Pyramid.) 21. 166 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 50337, Aug. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Artillery ; horses and guns. 11. 167 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 50328, Aug. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Avenue of Royal Palms, Havana, Cuba, 
no. 13357. 168 

Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50234, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Baker (Johnnie) on horseback. 9. 169 
Copyright by Courier litho. co., 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 50326, Aug. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Banana plantation, Jamaica, W.I. no. 
13369. 170 

Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50246, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 



171 



Bucking broncho, nos. 22, 24. 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., 
Buffalo. 1899, nos. 50338,50341, Aug. 
4 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Buffalo Bill. 29. 172 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 50346, Aug. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Buffalo Bill and Indians. 26. 173 

(Introductory.) 28. 174 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, nos. 50343, 50345, Aug. 4; 2 
copies each rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

s. 1, 8, 17, 
175-179 



Buffalo Bill on horseback. 
18, 20. 

Copyright bv Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. "1899, nos. 50318, 50325, 50333. 
50334, 50336, Aug. 4 ; 2 copies each rec'd 
Aug. 3, 1899. 

Cause and effect. 180 

Copyright bv Delbert C. Goodspeed, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 1899, no. 48435, July 
26; 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1899. 

Cavalry (A) charge of Cuban troops, 

Remedios, Cuba. 181 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N.J. 1899, no. 46739, July 

18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

Cavalry of General Gomez' army, Reme- 
dios, Cuba. 182 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899. no. 46738, July 
18; 2 copies rec'd July IS, 1899. 

Cell windows, Morro castle, Havana, no. 
13341. 183 

Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50218, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Chan Toy. 184 

Copyright by Mrs. Etta Hortense 

Schulze, San Francisco. 1899, no. 

50489, Aug. 4; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 4, 

1899. 

City and bay of San Diego, Cal. 185 

Copyright by J. E. Slocum, San 
Diego, Cal. 1899, no. 60916, Sept. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

Co. "G," 2d W. Ya. vol. inf., 1899. 186 
Copyright by L. Leland B. Barton, 
Washington. 1899, no. 48249, July 25; 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 



139 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Cody's horse. 43. 187 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 50359, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

"Columbia." 64 B-74 B. 188-198 

Copyright by A. Loefrler. Tompkins- 
ville, N, Y. 1899, nos. 50199-50209, Aug. 
3 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Company B, 2d U. S. artillery, lining up 
for dinner, Havana, Cuba. no. 13342. 

199 
Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, uo. 50219, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Company E, 2d U. S. artillery, at dinner 
near Cabanas fortress, Cuba. nos. 
13345,13346. 200,201 

Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, nos. 50222, 50223, Aug. 
3; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Company F, 6th Ohio yol. inf., lining up 
for dinner, Cienfuegos, Cuba. no. 13366. 

202 
Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50243, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Company (A) of the Cuban army, Piiiar 
del Rio, Cuba. nos. 1, 2. 203, 204 

Copyright by Strohmever & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, nos. 46729, 46730, 
July 18; 2 copies each rec'd July 18, 
1899. 

Coquette (The). 205 

Copyright by Mrs. Etta Hortense 
Schulze, San Francisco. 1899, no. 50490, 
Aug. 4; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Cossack. 50. 206 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. "1899, no! 50366, Aug. 4 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Cossack group on horseback. 4. 207 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. *1899, no. 50321, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Cossack race. nos. 37, 41. 208, 209 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, nos. 50353, 50357, Aug. 4; 2 
copies each rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Cossack standing on horse. 40. 210 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 50356, Aug. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Cossacks on horseback. 19. 211 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 50335, Aug. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

7019— Vol. 21, STo. 2 4 



Titles — Continued. 

Cowboy group on horseback. 3. 212 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 50320, Aug. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Cowboy races. 16. 213 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 50340, Aug. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Cowboy (Scott) on horseback. 7. 214 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., 

Buffalo. '"1899,no.50324,Aug.4; 2 cop- 



Cuhans racing. 34. 215 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 50350, Aug. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Delivering milk, Havana, Cuba. no. 
13355. 216 

Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50232, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Dewey (Admiral), 1899. 217 

Copyright by E. M. Palmer, New 
York. 1899, no. 60913, Sept. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

Dining room, Hotel Inglaterra, Havana, 
Cuba. no. 13319. 218 

Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50226, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Dissected. "For heaven's sake, Lucy, 

give us a rest." 17. 219 

Copvright by Strohmever & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. .1 . 1899, no. 50483, Aug. 4 ; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

Entrance to Havana harbor and Mono 
castle, Cuba. no. 13351. 220 

Copyright bv B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50228. Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Executioner in the act of killing a crim- 
inal, Havana, Cuba. no. 13354. 221 
Copyright by B. W. Kilburn. Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50231, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Farm carts. Havana, Cuba. no. 13356. 

222 

Copyright bv B.W. Kilburn. Little- 
ton. N. H. 1899. no. 50233, Aug. 3: 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 189!'. 

Fountain of Elisha, (49.) 223 

Copyright by Underwood \ Under- 
wood/New York, 1899. no. 46741, July 

18; 2 copies rec'd July 18. 1899. 



140 

PHOTOGRAPHS- Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Gallant (The) Cervera's magnificent flag- 
ship "Colon," where the great chase 
ended, Cuba. nos. 1-5. 224-228 

Copyright by Strohmever & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J . 1899, nos. 46718-46722, 
July 18; 2 copies each rec'd July 18, 
1899. 

Gas co. arch by night. York sesqui-cen- 

tennial. 229 

Copyright by A. Walter Orwig, York, 

Pa. 1899, no.*60915. Sept. 22; 2 copies 

rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

General view of camp of 6th OMo vol. 
inf., Cienfuegos, Cuba. no. 13363. 230 
Copyright bv B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50240, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

" George must be waiting now ; won't he 

be glad to see me!" (1.) 231 

Copyright by Strohmeyer &, Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 46714, July 

18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

German cavalry on horseback. 13. 232 
Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 50330, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Gossip. At every sip a reputation dies, 
nos. 1-3. 233-235 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N.J. 1899, no. 46710-46712, 
July 18; 2 copies each rec'd July 18, 
1899. 
Great (The) forward gun of the destroyed 
Spanish warship " Vizcaya." 236 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 46734, July 
18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 
Group, co. E, 4th U. S. vol. inf., 1899. 237 
Copyright by L. Leland B. Barton, 
Washington. *1899, no. 48250, July 25; 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 
Group of Indians, nos. 45, 46. 238, 239 
Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, nos. 50361-50362, Aug. 4; 2 
copies each rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Havana harbor from treasury bldg., Ha- 
vana, Cuba. no. 13350. 240 
Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50227, Aug. 3 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Hawaiian group on horseback. 12. 241 
Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 50329, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Hawaiians, etc. nos. 30, 48. 242, 243 
Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, nos. 50347,50364, Aug. 4; 2 
copies each rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Heine (The) fountain. 244 

Copyright by Chas. Hill, New York. 
1899, no. 62275, Sept. 25; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 25, 1899. 

Heine (The; monument of New York. 

Figure " Lyric." 245 

General view from the south. 246 

From the southeast. 247 

Copyright by Max Junghaendel, New 

York. 1899, nos. 46984, 46986, 46985, 

July 19; 2 copies each rec'd July 19, 

1899. 

Hillhouse high school base ball team o± 
; 98. 248 

Copyright by Walter Euel Cowles, 
New Haven, Conn. 1898, no. 42964, July 
18; 1 copy rec'd July 18, 1898; 1 copy 
rec'd Aug. 4, 1899. 

"How did doctor bring baby in that?" 

249 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 46713, July 
18 ; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

In the heart of a banana plantation, 
Hawaiian Islands. 250 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wy- 
man, Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 46758, 
July 18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

Indian chief. 44. 251 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. '1899, no. 50360, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Indian group on horseback. 2. 252 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. *1899, no. 50319, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Indian race. 36. 253 

Copyright bv Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. '1899, no. 50352, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Indian tepee. 47. 254 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. "1899, no. 50363, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Indian war dance, nos. 23, 25. 255, 256 
Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, nos. 50339. 50342, Aug. 4; 2 
copies each rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Interior of sugar mill, Cienfuegos, Cuba, 
no. 13367. 257 

Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50244, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Interior of the fort, Morro castle, Ha- 
vana, Cuba. no. 13340. 258 
Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50217, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 



141 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Intruder (The). 259 

Copyright by Sol. Young', New York. 
1899,no. 609U, Sept. 22; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 22, 1899. 
Irish lancers. 32. 260 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 50367, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Jewett (Lillian Clayton), nos. 1-4. 

261-264 
Copyright by J. E. Purdy & co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, nos. 49034, 49036, 49033, 49035, 
July 28; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 
Kitchen of Company E, 2d IT. S. artillery 
camp, near Cabanas fortress, Havana, 
Cuba. no. 13343. 265 

Copyright by B. \V. Kilburn, Little- 
ton. N. H. 1899, no. 50220, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Lang (Rev. John Marshall). 266 

Copyright by D. H. Anderson, New 
York/ 1899, no. 61795, Sept. 23; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Last (The) of Spain's army at their block- 
house, Cienfnegos, Cuba. 267 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington. N. J. 1899, no. 46756, July 
18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

Last (The) of the Spanish army in Ha- 
vana, Cuba. (Under the palace colon- 
nade. ) 268 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N.J. 1899, no. 46735, July 
18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

Last (The) Spanish camp in Cuba. Cien- 
fuegos. nos. 1, 2. 269, 270 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J . 1899, nos. 46747, 46748, 
July 18; 2 copies each rec'd J ill v 18, 
1899. 

Looking west from south of Cabana cas- 
tle, Havana, Cuba. 271 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N.J. 1899, no. 46749, July 
18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

McKinley (President) and Vice-President 

Hobart. A,B. 272,273 

Copyright bv Pach bros., New York. 

1899, nos. 61768, 61769, Sept. 23; 2 copies 

each rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

McKinley (President) at his desk in the 

White House. 274 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N.J. 1899, no. 46717, July 

18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

Mater Dolorosa. 275 

Copyright by F.W. Guerin, St. Louis. 
1899, no. 48429,' July 26; 2 copies rec'd 
July 26, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Members of company B, 2d U. S. artil- 
lery, Havana, Cuba. no. 13347. 276 
Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50224, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Mexican. 49. 277 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 50365, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Mexican group on horseback. 6. 278 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. '1899, no. 50323, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Mexican race. 35. 279 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. "1899, uo. 50351, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Mirror view, banana plantation, Ha- 
waiian Islands. 280 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 46757, July 
18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

Moat on north side of Cabanas fortress, 
Havana, Cuba. no. 13348. 281 

Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50225, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Modern Krupp gun, Morro castle, Ha- 
vana, Cuba. no. 13338. 282 
Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50215, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Morro castle, Havana, Cuba. no. 13337. 

283 
Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50214, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Morro Castle, Santiago, from across har- 
bor entrance, nos. 1, 2. 28 4, 285 
Copyright by Strohmeyer £ Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899. nos. 46745, 46746. 
July 18; 2 copies each rec'd July 18. 
1899. 

Nation's (The) hero. Admiral Dewey on 
his flagship Olympia, Manila bay. P. 1. 
nos. 1-4. 286-289 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. L899, nos. 50484- 
50 1ST. Aug. 4; 2 copies each reo'd Aug. 
4, 1899. 

Natives near Santiago de Cuba. no. 
13362. 290 

Copyright by B. W. Kilburn. Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899. do. 50239, Aug. :>:- 
copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 



142 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Nero." 291 

Copyright by Mrs. May Heemau, Chi- 
cago. 1899, do. 50247, Aug. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

" Not for the world ! " 292 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyrnan, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 46717, July 
18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

On the after deck of the destroyed "Viz- 
caya," looking forward, off Santiago 
de'Cuba, nos. 1, 2. 293,294 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N.J. 1899, nos. 46731, 46732, 
July 18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

Once (The) proud "Vizcaya." 295 

Copyright by Strohmeyer &Wy man, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 46727, July 
18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

Palmer-McGovern tight. MeGovernland- : 
ing body blows. 296 

Palmer knocked out. 297 

Copyright by James Burton, New 
York. 1899, nos. 61842, 61843, Sept. 23 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Passing Morro Castle, entering the har- 
bor, Havana, Cuba. nos. 1, 2. 298, 299 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N.J. 1899, nos. 46725,46726, 
July 18; 2 copies each rec'd July 18, 
1899. 



Public (The) square 
of honor. 



Cleveland's court 
300 

Copyright bv White bros., Cleve- 
land. 1899, no/61645, Sept. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Raising the " Reiua Mercedes." 301 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N.J. 1899, no. 46750," July 
18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

Ready to fight. 302 

Copyright by Mrs. Etta Hortense 

Schuize, San Francisco. 1899, no. 

50492, Aug. 4; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 4, 

1899. 

Rough rider group on horseback, nos. 5, 
14, 42. 303-305 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, nos^ 50322, 50331, 50358, Aug. 
4; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Rough (The) riders' first view of Santi- 
ago trenches on San Juan hill, Cuba. 

306 
Copyright by Strohmever & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 46740, July 
18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Rough riders racing. 39. 307 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 50355, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Santiago, Cuba, from San Juan Hill, site 

of the destroyed blockhouse. 308 

Copyright by Strohmeyer &. Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 46723, July 

18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

"Say, "iris, Antoinette is engaged!" 
nos. 1-5. 309-313 

Copyright bv Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, nos. 46751-46755, 
Julv 18; 2 copies each rec'd July 18, 
1899. 

Scene of the great battle, the hill from 

below, San Juan, Cuba. 314 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 46736, Julv 

18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

" Shamrock." Beating to windward on 
the port tack. 315 

Close-hauled on the port tack. [nos. 

1, 2.] 316, 317 

Lowering her headsails. 318 

On a broad reach. 318 

On a long reach. 320 

Copyright by James Burton, New 
York. 1899, nos. 61848, 61844, 61845, 
61849, 61846, 61847, Sept. 23; 2 copies 
each rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

"She was bred in old Kentucky." 321 
Copyright by McCrarv & Branson, 
Knoxville, Tenn. 1899, no. 50578, Aug. 
5; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Shell room in Morro castle, Havana, 
Cuba. no. 13339. 322 

Copyright bv B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50216, Aug. 3: 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Sims (Rev. C.N.),D.D.,LL.D. 323 

Copyright by Philip S. Ryden, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 1899, no. 50095', Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Sing Fat. 324 

Copyright by Mrs. Etta Hortense 

Schulze, San Francisco. 1899, no. 

50496, Aug. 4; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 4, 

1899. 

Smile(J.Ranji). 325 

Copyright by Gessford & Van Brunt, 
New York. 1899, no. 62297, Sept. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Sept! 25, 1899. 

Spanish (The) cruiser " Reina Mercedes " 
the day after raising, Santiago harbor, 
Cuba. ' 326 

Copyright by Strohmeyer &, Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 46733, July 
18 ; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 



143 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Spanish wrecks, Manzanillo, Cuba. no. 

13368. 327 

Copyright bv B. W. Kilburn, Little- 

. ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50245, Aug. 3; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Stagecoach. 15. 328 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899. no. 50332, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

State house, Boston, no. 10169. 329 

Copyright by N. L. Stebbins, Boston. 
1899. no. 43759, July 5; 2 copies rec'd 
July 5, 1899. 

Street iu the characteristic Cuban vil- 
lage, San Luis, SaDtiago province. 330 
Copyright by Strohmeyer &. Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 46744, July 
18: 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 



Sweethearts. 



331 



Copyright by Eddowes bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 50660, Aug. 5 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Tomb of Absalom. (36.) 332 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood/ New York. 1899, no. 46742, July 
18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

Trenches (The) occupied by the ''Rough 

Riders," San Juan Hill, Cuba. 333 

Copyright by strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 46737, July 

18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

Two hundred thousand skeletons, ceme- 
tery Colon, Havana, Cuba. 334 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N.J. 1899, no. 46743, July 
18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

Typical (A) block-house, Santiago de 
Cuba. no. 13361. 335 

Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50238, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

U. S. artillery. 27. 336 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1>99, no! 50344, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

U. S. cavalryman riding three horses. 31. 

337 
Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 50348, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Unloading cattle at Cienfuegos, Cuba. 

338 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 46728, July 
18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Valentine,'' Weyler's executioner, Ha- 
vana, Cuba. no. 13353. 339 
Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50230, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Victims of the Maine, Colon cemetery, 
Havana, no. 13358. 340 

Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50235, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

War's destruction, the main deck of the 

Spanish " Vizcaya." 341 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wvmau, 

Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 46715", July 

18; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1899. 

Washington (George). 342 

Copyright by Geo. L. Sanderson, 

U. S. ' 1899, no.' 11754, Feb. 10; 1 copy 

rec'd Feb. 10, 1899; 1 copy rec'd Aug. 4, 

1899. 

Way (The) it is done. 343 

Copyright by Delbert C. Goodspeed, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 1899, no. 48436, July 
26 ; 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1899. 

We are seven. 344 

Copyright by Edgar Felloes, Port- 
land, Oreg. 1899, no. 50659, Aug. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

" We sees our finish." 345 

Copyright by McCrary & Branson, 
Knoxville, Tenn. 1899, no. 50579, Aug. 
5 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 

Window of cell at Spanish barracks, San- 
tiago, where Hobson was confined, no. 
13359. 346 

Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50236, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Wing Lee. 347 

Copyright by Mrs. Etta Hortense 
Schulze, San Francisco. 1899, no. 50191. 
Aug. 4; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 4. 1899. 

Wing Wo. 348 

Copyright by Mrs. Etta Hortense 
Schnlze, San Francisco. 1899. no, 50495, 
Aug. 4; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 1. 1899. 

Wood (Maj.Gen. Leonard) and his secre- 
tary, Governors Palace, Santiago, 
Cuba. 349 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington. N.J. 1899. no. 46724, July 
18; 2 copies rec'd July 18. L899, 



144 
PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Wreck of the Maine, Havana harbor, 
Cuba. no. 13352. 350 

Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50229, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

2d U. S. artillery, company E, lining up 
for coffee, Havana, Cuba. no. 13344. 

351 
Copyright bv B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50221, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 



Ti i les — C ontinued . 

6th Ohio band filing up for mess, Cien- 
fuegos, Cuba. no. 13364. 352 

Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50241, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

6th Ohio vol. inf. band at dinner, Cien- 
fuegos, Cuba. no. 13365. 353 

Copyright by B. W. Kilburn, Little- 
ton, N. H. 1899, no. 50242, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 



IX. FINE ARTS. 

(Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited, according to law, with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to he perfected as 
works of the tine arts. Arranged alphahetically hy titles. For index of proprietors, see end of 
Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Artistic family or genealogical record. 

46 
Copyright by Wm. H. Harrell & Geo. 
B. Green, U. S. 1899, no. 60859, Sept. 22 ; 
1 photograph rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

Dewey (Admiral). Bust mounted on a 

base, etc. 47 

Copyright by E. P. Gleason mfg. co., 

New Yorl 

photograph rec'd Aug. 1, 1899. 
Harvesting. 48 

Copyright by C. Y. Turner, New York. 
1899, no. 60912, Sept. 22; 1 photograph 
rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Plowing. 49 

Copyright by C. Y. Turner, New York. 
1*99, no. 60911, Sept. 22; 1 photograph 
rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 



U. S. battleship 
relief. 



Maine 



made in bas- 
50 

Copyright by Thomas J. Difney, De- 
troit. 1898, no. 26685, Apr. 28; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Apr. 28, 1898. 



X. INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of each title is printed the rubric under which the full title will he found.) 



Abbott (Lyman) and Abbott (Edward), 
New York : 

Abbott (Jacob). Water and land. 
(Books: 1.) 
Allyn & Bacon, Boston: 

Eliot (George) Silas Marner. 
(Books: 1.) 
Aluminum plate and press co., New York : 

Aluminography. (Books: 2.) 
American Baptist publication society, 
Philadelphia : 

Dnggan (Janie P.) Passion and 
patience. (Books: 3.) 

Tomlinson (Everett T.) Ward Hill 
at college. (Books: 3.) 
American folk-loresociety,United States : 
Bergen (Fanny Dickerson). Auimal 
and plant lore. (Books: 1.) 



American lithographic co., New York: 
" Who's afraid?" (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

American railway pub. co., Dayton, Ohio : 
Universal auditing record. (Books: 

Anderson (D. H.), New York: 

Lang (Rev. John Marshall). (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Andre (Johann), Offenbach-am-Main, 
Germany: 

Fesche dirndeln. Ludwig Andre". 
(Music.) 
Armstrong 
Mich. : 

Armstrong (S. G. ) Magnetic healing 
and hypnotizing. (Books: 2.) 



(S. G.), Berrien Springs, 



145 



INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Associated press, New York: 

Stead ( William T. ) On peace confer- 
ence. (Books: 3.) 
Baker (M. C), New Diggins, Wis. : 

[Baker, M. C] My story of an or- 
phan boy. (Books: 1.) 
Baker (Walter) &co., Dorchester, Mass. : 
[Bugbee, James M.] Cocoa and 
chocolate. (Books: 1.) 
Baker (William C), New York: 

Baker ( W. C.) The Baker hot water 
non-freezing car heaters. (Books: 2.) 
Baker, Yoorhis & co., New York : 

Gumming (Robert C.) and Gilbert 
(Frank B.) The insurance laws of the 
•state of New York, etc. (Books: 1.) 
Ballenger & Richards, Denver: 

Ballenger & Richards' annual Lead- 
ville city directory for 1899. (Books: 

1.) 

27th annual Denver city direc- 
tory. (Books: 1.) 
Bancroft-Whitney co., San Francisco: 
Montana. Reports of cases argued 
and determined in the Supreme court. 
(Books: 1.) 
Banks & co. and James B.Lyon, Albany: 
New York state reports and session 
laws (Combined official series of). 
(Books: 1.) 
Banks law pub. co., New York: 

Delaware court of chancery. Re- 
ports of cases. (Books: 1.) 
Barnhart (G. W.), Chillicothe, Ohio: 

Good luck Bible reading chart and 
sacred anchor charm. (Books: 2.) 
Bartlett (The J. A.) mnsic co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. : 

Convention (The) march, two-step. 
D.W.Reeves. (Music.) 
Barton (L. Leland B.). Washington: 

Group, co. "E," 4th U. S. V. I., 1899. 
(Photographs.) 

Co. <' G," 2d W. Va.V. I., 1899. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Basler ^H. R.), Pittsburg: 

Colonel Hawkins' funeral march. 
Horace R. Basler. (Mnsic.) 

Tenth regiment march and two-step. 
Jesse M. Soper. (Music.) 
Bathrick (Mary T. C), Chicago: 

Coleridge (Samuel Taylor). The 

rime of the ancient mariner. (Books: 

1.) 

Bayley and Ferguson. Glasgow, Scotland : 

Isaac, the son of promise. Antony 

Templemore; W. Lane Frost. (Music.) 

Beirly (Alfred), Chicago: 

Concert (The) master. A. Beirly. 
(Music.) 
Bell (The William G.) co., Boston: 

Well-balanced facts. (Books: 2.) 
Bell telephone co. of Missouri, St. Louis: 
Bell telephone co. of Missouri. Tel- 
ephonic exchange directory. (Books: 
1.) 



Bender (E. C.) and Albright (Harry W.), 
York, Pa. : 

York county sesqui-centennial 
march, two-step. Harry W. Albright. 
(Music.) 
Bennett (Henry), Cedar Rapids, Iowa: 

Advisory rates of Hancock, Iowa. 
(Books: 2.) 

Irwin, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Kirkman, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Marion, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

— — Minden, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 
Bennett (James Gordon), New York: 

Vauderbilts in harmony with the 
Pennsylvania. (Books: 3.) 
Benson (Lawrence Sinter), New York: 

Benson (L. S.) Reconstruction of 
mathematics imperative. (Books: 2.) 
Benton (George Henry), Buffalo: 

Standard (The) medical aid of Buf- 
falo, N. Y. (Books: 2.) 
Besaut (Walter), Great Britain: 

Besant (sir Walter). The orange girl. 
(Books: 1.) 
Bliss (C. L. ), Washington, D. C. : 

Lead, kindly light. J. H. Newman; 
C.L. Bliss. (Music.) 
Blum (Anthony), New York: 

Blum (Anthony). Copper review. 
(Books: 3.) 
Blum (Edgar C), Chicago: 

Blum (E. C.) Satan's realm. 
(Books: 1.) 
Boosey & co., London : 

All fools' day. R. H. U. Bloor; Rich- 
ard H. Walthew. (Music.) 

Broken (The) mast. Edith Prince- 
Snowden; Frank L. Moir. (Music.) 

Eternal (The) melody. F. C. Smale: 
G.H.Stone. (Music.)' 

Hey, jolly Robin. Robert Jones; 
Richard Walthew. (Music.) 

Land (The) where the children play. 
Caryl Battersby; C. Francis Lloyd. 
(Music.) 

Maid (The) of Port-y-shee. W. H. 
Gill; H. Lane Wilson. 
Bosworth &, co., Leipzig: 

Friihlings einzug. " Richard Meien- 
reis. (Music.) 

Lied ohne worte. Max Rahn. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Mein herz ging auf die wandorsohaft. 
R. Meienreis. (Music.) 

Rothhaarig ist niein sohatzelein. R. 
Meienreis. (Music.) 

Ungarisch lied. Richard Meienreis. 
(Music.) 

Wild lasst sprossen auf meiuem hii- 
gel das rosemvis. Richard Meienreis. 
(Music.) 

Bourne (Arthur), Now York : 

Bourne's half-yearly and quarterly 
premiums. (Books: 2.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Boussod (Jean), Manzi, Joyant & co., New 
York: 

Home again. (Engravings, cats, and 
prints.) 
Boyd (C. E.), Philadelphia: 

Boyd's directory of Delaware county, 
Pa. 1899-1900. (Books: 1.) 
Bradstreet co., New York: 

Bradstreet's commercial reports. 
(Books: 1.) 
Brainard's (S.) sons co., Chicago: 

Alabama hoe flown. R. J. Hamilton. 
(Music.) 

Dakota rag. O.H.Anderson. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Darktown (A) diversion. Two-step. 
G.D.Lowell. (Music.) 

I can not be your sweetheart. Abbie 
A.Ford. (Music.) 

Rastus Johnson's cake walk. A. E. 
Bayler. (Music.) 

Turkey (The) walk. G. L. Lowell. 
(Music.) 
Braun (Emil), New York: 

Braun (E.) Perfection iu baking. 
(Books: 1.) 
Brenner (Emma), Baltimore: 

Dewey's waltz. Emma Brenner. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York: 

Ein traumbild. Herman T. Koerner. 
(Music.) 
Brooks (Sarah Perot), Philadelphia: 

Brooks (Sarah Perot). In the bivouac 
of life. (Books: 1.) 
Buchanan (Mrs. Duncan), Worcester, 
Mass. : 

Buchanan (Thomas Walter). Poems. 
(Books: 1.) 
Buffalo harbor 41, A. A. of M. P., Buffalo : 
American association of masters and 
pilots of steam vessels of the Great 
lakes. Directory, 1899. (Books: 1.) 
Bunnett (Edward), Great Britain: 

Te Deum laudamus, no. 1. Edward 
Bunnett. (Music.) 
Bur bank (Parker S.), Roland Park, Md. : 
Baltimore (The) county directory, 
1899. (Books: 1.) 
Burpee (W. Atlee) & co., Philadelphia: 
Eckford'snew white " Sadie Burpee." 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Burton (James), New York: 

Palmer-McGovern light. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

" Shamrock." (Photographs.) 
Bushnell (Alvah) co., Philadelphia: 

Atlantic City, N. J. (Maps and 
charts.) 
Butler (John W.), San Francisco: 

Extracts from U. S. consular reports 
on rubber. (Books: 2.) 
Buxton (T. C), Long Creek, 111. : 

Buxton (William Packard). A blind 
minister and the difficulties met by the 
helpless. (Books: 1.) 



Byron (Frank,), Lockport, N. Y. : 

Cuba libre. Frank Byron. (Music.) 
Callaghan & co., Chicago: 

Blackstone (Sir William). Com- 
mentaries on the laws of England. 
(Books: 1.) 

Utah. Reports of cases determined. 
(Books: 1.) 
Cameron (Frank C), St. Louis: 

Cameron (F. C.) The duties of an 
employee. (Books: 2.) 
Camp (\V. M.), Chicago: 

Camp (W. M.) Notes on track. 
(Books: 3.) 
Cartland (John Henry), Pemaquid 
Beach, Me. : 

Cartland (J. H. ) Ancient pavings of 
Pemaquid. (Books: 1.) 
Central hreproonng co., New York: 

Diagram of safe loads. (Books: 2.) 
Chandler (H. F.), Chicago: 

Where to build your castles. Carrie 
Jacobs-Bond. (Music.) 
Chevalier (Miss A. Blanche), Wellesley, 
Mass. : 

Time of B. & A. R. R. trains from 
Riverside to Boston and Boston to 
Riverside. (Books: 2.) 
Chicago directory co., Chicago: 

Lakeside (The) annual directory of 
the city of Chicago, 1899. (Books: 1.) 
Chicago medical book co., Chicago : 

Robinson (Byron). The peritoneum. 
(Books: 1.) 
Chicago record, Chicago : 

Abvssinian troops advance. (Books : 
3.) 

Afraid of offending Spain. (Books: 
3.) 

Another big theft at Ostend. (Books: 
3.) 

Appearance of Capt. Dreyfus. 
(Books: 3.) 

Attacks Belgium's ministry. ( Books : 
3.) 

Barred from all German races. 
(Books: 3.) 

Behind closed doors. (Books: 3.) 

Believes war is imminent. (Books: 
3.) 

Bell enters Angeles. (Books: 3.) 

Big gift for a peace chapel. (Books : 
3.) 

Boers an easy enemy. (Books: 3.) 

British expect war. (Books: 3.) 

Capt. Andrews starts for home. 
(Books: 3.) 

Cardinal Isidore Verga dead. (Books : 
3.) 

Cheer the German emperor. (Books: 
3.) 

Clean sweep made. (Books: 3.) 

Consul Carroll in Cadiz. (Books: 3.) 

Control the trade. (Books: 3.) 

Cotton market at Manchester. 
(Books: 3.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Chicago record, Chicago : 

Death of a landscape painter. (Books 
3.) 

Delcasse talks with Russians. (Books 
3.) 

Delcasse will go to Berlin. (Books 
3.) 

Dewey sails again. (Books: 3.) 

Dewey talks of newspaper men. 
(Books: 3.) 

Dewey will go to Leghorn. (Books- 
3.) 

Dortmnnd-Ems canal opened. 
(Books: 3.) 

Dreyfns is firm. (Books: 3.) 

Dreyfus shows himself a man. (Books : 
3.) 

Dutch act for the Transvaal. (Books : 
3.) 

Express sympathy for Boers. ( Books : 
3.) 

Faint hope of peace. (Books: 3.) 

Fight American iron men. (Books: 
3.) 

Fight on canal bill. (Books: 3.) 

Florida in the storm's track. (Books : 
3.) 

For Dreytus battle. (Books: 3.) 

France must know. (Books: 3.) 

General Porter stops at Hamburg. 
(Books: 3.) 

Germans to colonize Brazil. (Books : 
3.) 

Germans watch Dreyfus trial. 
(Books: 3.) 

Get Aguinaldo's men. (Books: 3.) 

Gould 8 vackt sails for Russia. 
(Books: 3.)" 

Government to buy railroads. 
(Books: 3.) 

Government to meet at Nisch. 
(Books: 3.) 

Heavy storm loss in Antigua. 
(Books: 3.) 

High official accused in Rome. 
(Books: 3.) 

Horror of the years in prison. 
(Books: 3.) 

Hurricane in West Indies. (Books: 
3.) 

Hurricane is still raging. (Books: 3.) 

Integral franchise ior Belgium. 
(Books: 3.) 

Italy waits on Pope's action. (Books : 
3.) 

Khedive of Egypt at Vienna. (Books: 
3.) 

Lockout to continue. (Books: 3.) 

Mark Hanna goes to Geneva. ( Books : 

o. ) 

May close Callao high school. 
(Books: 3.) 

Mercier is involved. (Books: 3.) 

Milan refuses to depart. (Books: 
3.) 

More radicals imprisoned. (Books: 
3.) 



Chicago record, Chicago: 

Mr. Foss tells of his work. (Books: 
3.) 

No evidence in Servian plot. (Books: 
3.) 

None too bright for Dreyfus. (Books: 
3.) 

Over 1,000 dead. (Books: 3.) 

Part of Milan's plan of revenge. 
(Books: 3.) 

Plan to awe Kriiger. (Books: 3.) 

Plot to dethrone the Sultan. (Books : 
3.) 

Prince of Wales at Brussels. (Books: 
3.) 

Prominent actor is dead. (Books: 
3.) 

Prosperity in Victoria. (Books: 3.) 

Put rebels to rout. (Books: 3.) 

Queen - mother leaves Holland. 
(Books: 3.) 

Rebels forced north. (Books: 3.) 

Receive cartridges from Cuba. 
(Books: 3.) 

Refuse to sustain Milan. (Books: 
3.) 

Regarded serious in France. (Books : 
3.) 

Rennes strongly anti-Dreyfus. 
(Books: 3.) 

Rioting in Austrian cities. (Books: 
3.) 

Rising to rule Spain. (Books: 3.) 

Romana may be Peru's president. 
(Books: 3.) 

Russian consul is recalled. (Books: 
3.) 

Scores die in storm. (Books: 3.) 

Seek to raise Marchand's boat. 
(Books: 3 ) 

Senator Hanna at Geneva. (Books: 
3.) 

Sends news in spite of ignorance. 
(Books: 3.) 

Simplv a visit of friendship. (Books : 
3.) 

Spanish situation critical. (Books: 
3.) 

Stories of the streets and of the 
town. (Books: 3.) 

Storm sweeps Puerto Rico. ( Books : 
3.) 

Terrific gale rages in Chile. (Books : 
3.) 

To discuss peace conference. ( Books : 
3.) 

To light American oil monopoly. 
(Books: 3.) 

To unite cont incntal Europe. (Books : 
3.) 

Trial may not be brief. (Books: 8.) 

Troops quiet Fern's congress. 
Books: 3.) 

Unions agree to a compromise. 
(Books: 3.) 

Upon a gold basis. (Books: 3.) 



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Chicago record, Chicago : 

Veterinary congress meets. (Books: 
3.) 

Wales to go to Austria. (Books : 3.) 
Will allow no delay. (Books: 3.) 
Will not implicate the chiefs. (Books : 
3.) 
Chicago school of psychology, Chicago: 
Parkyn (Herbert' A.) Special mail 
course in suggestion. (Books: 2.) 
Chiswick pub. co., New York : 

Ward (E. L. C.) 304 prize selections. 
(Books: 1.) 
Church (John) co., Cincinnati: 

Lend me your aid. Bow down Thine 
ear. W. B. Trott; Charles Gounod. 
(Music.) 
Cicerone pub. co., Jamestown, N. Y. : 

Smith (Geo. Byrne). Noah's confes- 
sion. (Books: 1.) 
Coccia (Joseph), Philadelphia: 

Loin des yeux, loin du cceur. Joseph 
Coccia. (Music.) 

Senipre amici. Joseph Coccia. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Cochran (R. T.), Chattanooga, Tenn. : 
Cochran (R. T.) Duke's travels. 
(Books: 2.) 
Colliery engineer co., Scranton, Pa. : 
Advanced algebra. (Books: 2.) 
Advertising lor profit. (Books: 2.) 
Electrostatics. (Books: 2.) 
Organic chemistry. (Books: 2.) 
Punctuation and capitalization. 
(Books: 2.) 

Rooting. (Hooks: 2.) 
Colonial (The) press, >7ew York : 

Green (John Richard)." A short his- 
tory of the English people. (Books: 1.) 
Combe printing co., St. Joseph, Mo. : 

Grocer's price book. (Books: 2.) 
Comic sketch club, Baltimore: 
Quill dashes. (Books: 3.) 
Cook (David C.) pub. co., Chicago: 

Ingraham (Joseph Holt). The pillar 
of fire; or, Israel in bondage. (Books: 
1.) 
Coolidge (Cassius M.), New York: 

Glove (A) contest. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
Coolidge (Mrs. Harriet Lincoln), Wash- 
ington : 

Coolidge (H. L.) The butterfly's 
party. (Books: 3.) 
Courier litho. co., Buffalo: 

Arab group on horseback. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Arab group, standing. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Arab race. (Photographs.) 
Arabs (Pyramid). (Photographs.) 
Artillery, horses and guns. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Baker (Johnnie) on horseback. (Pho- 
tographs. ) 

Barton and Eckhoff. (Chromos and 
lithographs. ) 



Courier litho. co., Buffalo : 

Berry and Hughes. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Bucking broncho. (Photographs.) 
Buffalo Bill. (Photographs.) 
Buffalo Bill and Indians. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

(Introductory.) (Photographs.) 

Buffalo Bill on horseback. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Cody's horse. (Photographs.) 
Cossack. (Photographs.) 
Cossack group on horseback. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Cossack race. (Photographs.) 
Cossack standing on horse. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Cossacks on horseback. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Cowboy group on horseback. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Cowboy races. (Photographs.) 
Cowboy (Scott) on horseback, « Pho- 
tographs.) 

Cubans racing. (Photographs.) 
Eliza's escape. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Poster (The) warm air register. 
(Chromos and lithographs.) 

German cavalry on horseback. (Pho- 
tographs. ) 

Group of Indians. (Photographs.) 
Hawaiian group on horseback. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Hawaiians, etc. (Photographs.) 
Indian chief. (Photographs.) 
Indian group on horseback. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Indian race. (Photographs.) 
Indian tepee. (Photographs.) 
Indian war dance. (Photographs.) 
Irish lancers. (Photographs.) 
Lawyer Marks. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs. ) 

Mexican. (Photographs.) 
Mexican group on horseback. (Pho- 
tographs. ) 

Mexican race. (Photographs.) 
Modjeska. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

O'Brien and Havel. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

On the levee. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Rough rider group on horseback. 
(Photographs.) 
Rough riders racing. (Photographs.) 
Smith and Campbell. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Stage coach. (Photographs.) 
U. S. artillery. (Photographs.) 
U. S. cavalryman riding three horses. 
(Photographs.) 

Uncle Tom and Eva. (Chromos and 
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Cowles (Walter Ruel), New Haven, 
Conn. : 

Hillhouse high school baseball team 
of '98. (Photographs.) 
Craddock (Ida C), Chicago: 

Craddock (I. C.) Right marital 
living. (Books: 1.) 
Cramer (J. B.) 6c co., ltd., London : 

Springtide. William Longman; 
Monk Gould. (Music.) 

Supreme and eternal. Beatrice J. 
Prall; Joan Trevalsa. (Music.) 

Twilight. William Longman; Monk 
Gould. (Music.) 
Crawford (George A.) & co., Atlantic 
City, N.J. : 

Crawford's (George A.) Atlantic City 
directory, 1899. (books: 1.) 
Crellin (Emma T.) co., Xew York: 

Mammalloids for women. (Books: 
2.) 
Crowell (Thomas Y.) & co., Boston: 

Cook (Albert Stanburrougk). The 
artistic ordering of life. (Books: 1.) 
Zart (Gustav). The charm of Jesus. 
(Books: 1.) 
Crowell & Kirkpatriek co., Springfield, 
Ohio: 

New (The) peerless atlas of the 
world. (Books: 1.) 
Curwen (J.) & sons, London : 

Amos, the cripple of Capernaum. 
M. C. Gillington; T. Mee Pattison. 
(Music.) 

To the rescue. Lillian C. Hume. 
(Music.) 
Dana (Edward S.), New Haven, Conn. : 
Dana (E. S.) First appendix to the 
sixth edition of Dana's system of min- 
eralogy. (Books: 1.) 
Davidson (Frank S.), Cleveland, Ohio: 
Folks (The) up Willow Creek. 
(Dramatic compositions.) 
Dean (Frank") & co., London: 

Because she is a woman, that is all! 
Felix McGlennon. (Music.) 

Woman's (A) love. Paul Pelham. 
(Music.) 
Denton (E. J.;, New York : 

Bell (The) of Delphi. H. Heidel- 
berg. (Music.) 

You can't win me from my man. 
H. Y. Leavitt. (Music.) 
Dey (James G. S.), Syracuse, N. Y. : 

Summer (A) idyll. James G. S. Dey. 
(Music) 
Dietzgen (Eugene) co., Chicago: 

Dietzgen (Eugene) co. (Catalogue 
and price list of). (Books: 2.) 
DifHey (Thomas J.), Detroit: 

U. S. battle ship "Maine," made in 
bas-relief. (Fine arts. ) 
Dodge (Howard A.), Montclair, N. J. : 
Dewey's march through the New 
York arch. (Maps and charts.) 



Donigan (John), San Francisco: 

Mammy's Carolina twins. Lee John- 
son. (Music.) 
Doubleday & McClure co.,New York: 
Block (Ivan Stanislavovich). The 
future of war in its technical, eco- 
nomic, and political relations. (Books: 

1.) 
Drew (The) Allis co.-, Rochester, N. Y. : 
Rochester (The) house directory and 
family address book. (Books: 1.) 
Droop (E.F.) & sons, Washington: 

Greek dance. Leo. P. Wheat. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Dunn (Wm.C.) & co., New York: 

'Rauss mit ihm. Will A. Heelan; 
Harry von Tilzer. (Music.) 
Dunne (M. Walter), New York : 

Dew T ey (Admiral;, U. S. N. (Books: 
2.) 
Dunne & Ryley, New York: 

Little Japanese baby. Gustave 
Luders. (Music.) 
Dutton (E.P.) & co., New- York: 

Bayly (A. Eric). The house of 
strange secrets. (Books: 1.) 
Eaton (Seymour), Lansdowne, Pa. : 

Chicago (The) record's home study 
circle. (Books: 3.) 
Eddowes bros., New York: 

Sweethearts. (Photographs.) 
Egerton & co., London: 

Edna May gavotte. Stephen R. 
Philpot. (Music.) 
Enos (Fred), Bridgeport, Conn. : 

Union Business College, 1899-1900 
(Annual catalogue of). (Uooks: 2.) 
Esoteric pub. co., Applegate, Cal. : 

Esoteric publishing company. The 
esoteric ephemeris for solar biology. 
1900. (Books: 1.) 
Esty (Thomas Bruce), New York: 

Bruce (T.) Views of the American 
press on the Philippines. (Books: 1.) 
Evangelical pub. co., Chicago: 

Best hymns, no. 2. Harold F. Sayles; 
Elisha A. Hoffman. (Music.) 
Evans (R. O.) & co., Chicago : 

" Evans'" excelsior globes. (Chro- 
mos and lithographs.) 
Felloes (Edgar), Portland. Oreg. : 

We are seven. (Photographs.) 
Fenner (M. M.), Fredonia. \. V. : 

Fenner (M. M.) Dr. Fanner's peo- 
ple's remedies almanac. (Books: 2.) 
Fernald (Chester Bailey), U. S. : 

Moonlight (The 1 ) blossom. (Dra- 
matic compositions.) 
Fink (George W.), Morristown, Tenn. : 
Fink's (G.W.) home-mixed fertilizer 
formulae; how to make it, (Boots: 2.) 
Firnberg (B.), Frankfurt a. Main: 
Kunst (Die) des polyphonen sp 
Bach u.Handel; J. O. Armand. ( Mu- 
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Forberg (Rob. ), Leipzig : 

Ankunft bei den Schwarzen Schwa- 
nen. Ricbard Wagner; Franz Bennat. 
( Music.) 
Fort Dearborn pub. co., Cbicago: 

[White. James E.. and Wanless, Mrs. 
M. L.) Heniniets drottniug kokbok. 
(Books: 1.) 
Foster (Julia B.), U. S. : 

Foster (Julia B.) Miss Milvain's 
proud beart. (Books: 3.) 
Frye (James A.), Bostou: 

Frye (J. A.). Tbe first regiment 
Massachusetts heavy artillery, United 
States volunteers, in tbe Spanish- Amer- 
can war of 1><98. (Books: 1.) 
Gallaher (Thomas), Rensselaer, Mo. : 

Gallaher (T.). Infant salvation. 
(Books: 1.) 
Gaylord (A. E.), Syracuse, N. Y : 

Love (A) that lived in vain. A. E. 
Gaylord. (Music.) 
German press and plate co., Cleveland, 
Ohio: 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp 
Sauerampfer. (Books: 3.) 
German pub. house of the Reformed 
church in the U. S., Cleveland, Ohio : 

Bachmann (Johannes). "Unser 
taglich brot." Biblische betrachtun- 
gen auf alle tage im jahr. (Books : 1.) 

Fibel fur den lese- uud schreibunter- 
richt, naeh der analytisch-syntheti- 
schen methode. (Books: 1.) 

Grether (Franz). Kleinhaus. 
(Books: 1.) 

Janett (John J.) Erlebnisse eines 
missionars. (Books: 1.) 

Kurtz (H.) Praise the Lord! 
(Books: 1.) 

Nott (Heinrich C.) Glockenklange. 
(Books: 1.) 

Reformed church of the United 
States. Catechisms. Heidelberger 
katechismus. (Books: 1.) 

Deutschesgesangbuch. (Books: 

1.) 

The hymnal of the Reformed 

church in the United States. (Books : 
1.) 

Yriesen (D. W. ) Deutsches lesebuch. 
(Books: 1.) 

Gerritson (Charles S.), Dorchester, Mass. : 
Our brave boys who died. Charles 
S. Gerritson. (Music. ) 
Gessford and Yan Brunt, New York : 
Smile (J.Ranji). (Photographs.) 
Gillespie (W. A.), Philadelphia: 

Itinerary. London, 1900. (Books: 
2.) 
Gillett (William Wharton) and Goodwin 
(Win. Archer Rutherford), Petersburg, 
Va. : 

Apostles' (The) creed, in its relation 
to the Bible and Book of common 
prayer. (Books: 2.) 



Gleason (E. P.) mfg. co., New York : 

Dewey (Admiral). (Fine arts.) 
Goodspeed (Delbert C), Ann Arbor, 
Mich. : 

Cause a?id effect. (Photographs.) 

Way (The) it is done. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Grand fraternity, Philadelphia: 

Grand (The; fraternity. An annuity 
of $100 to $1,000 a year: or, A com- 
muted payment of $500 to $5,000. 
(Books: 2.) 
Green (Nellie R.), Storm Lake, Iowa: 

Filipinos' band march. Nellie Rut- 
ledge Green. (Music.) 
Guerin (F. W.), St, Louis: 

Mater dolorosa. (Photographs.) 
Hall (A.M.), New York: 

Johnson's hoe-cake dance. Wm.E. 
Russell. (Music) 
Harison (William Beverly), New York: 

Harison's vertical writing practice 
blank, no. 1; directions for use. 
(Books: 2.) 
Harper & brothers, New York: 

Frost (Arthur Burdett). Sports and 
games in the open. (Books: 1.) 
Harrell (Wm.H.) and Green (Geo. B.), 
IT. S. : 

Artistic family or genealogical record. 
(Fine arts.) 
Harris (Chas. K.), Milwaukee, Wis. : 

Harris's (Chas. K.) popular songster. 
(Music.) 
Hasey (W. B.), Boston: 

Good roads two-step march. George 
Wm. Needham. (Music.) 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia: 

Amid the shadows. Jane Crewdson; 
Geo. H. Neviu. (Music.) 

At the masquerade. Frederick A. 
Williams. (Music.) 

Brave love. Kate Yannah. (Music.) 

Burleske. E. R. Kroeger. (Music.) 

Cheerfulness. Carl Bohni ; Thos. 
a'Beckett. (Music.) 

Dance of the peasants. Frederick 
A.Williams. (Music.) 

Danse Norv<-gienne. Gerard Ton- 
ning. (Music.) 

Electra. Alonzo Stone. (Music.) 

Entreaty. E. R. Kroeger. (Music.) 

For love's abroad in springtime. 
SaraE.Branscombe; GeneBranscombe. 
(Music.) 

Hans and Gretchen. Werner Nolopp ; 
Wilson G. Smith. (Music.) 

Humoreske. E. R. Kroeger. (Music.) 

I love thee. Thomas Hood; Adolph 
M. Foerster. (Music.) 

In a gondola. Carl Bohm; Thos. 
a'Beckett. (Music.) 

In your hand. JettaYogel; C. Maw- 
son-Marks. (Music.) 

Intermezzo scherzoso. E. R. Kroeger. 
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Hatcli music co., Philadelphia: 

Life's springtime. John Towers. 
(Music.) 

Little Mozart player. Werner 
Nolopp; Wilson G. Smith. (Music.) 

Nightingale in the tree. Werner 
Nolopp; Wilson G. Smith. (Music.) 

Polka-serenata. E. R. Kroeger. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Polka simplice. Fidelis Zitterbart. 
(Music.) 

School of mechanism. J. B. Duver- 
noy; Tkos. a'Beeket. (Music.) 

Serenade. Gerard Tonning. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Sonatinas lor the pianoforte. Fried- 
rich Kuhlan ; J. S. Tan Cleve. (Music.) 

Song of hope. Miss Lathbury; A. 
Ferner. (Music.) 

Story (A) of starlight. Gunby Ha- 
dath; C. Mawson-Marks. (Music.) 

Thirty-six elementary and progres- 
sive studies. H. E. Kayser; Bernhard 
Listemann. nos. 1-3. (Music.) 

Town (The) of Babyville. J. Henry 
Leipold. (Music.) 

Trinity (The). H. Bonar; Clarence 
D. Rose. (Music.) 

Troubadour (The). Werner Nolopp ; 
Wilson G. Smith. (Music.) 

Water sprites at play. Frederick A. 
Williams. (Music.) 
Hately bros., Chicago : 

Hately brothers' export cable code. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hazard powder co., Cincinnati : 

Hazard powder co. America's fa- 
mous dogs. (Books: 2.) 
Heeman (Mrs. May), Chicago : 

"Nero."' (Photographs.) 
Heugel et cie., Paris : 

Cendrillon. Les lilies de noblesse. 
J.Massenet; A. Trojelli. (Music.) 

Princesse d'Auherge. Carnaval de 
J. Blockx. A. Trojelli. (Music.) 

Sapho. Musiqne tziganede J. Mas- 
senet. A. Trojelli. (Music.) 

Sept (Les) paroles du Christ. Th. 
Dubois. (Music. ) 

Thais. J. Massenet; A. Trojelli. 
(Music.) 
Hexamer (Ernest) & son, Philadelphia: 

Philadelphia (Insurance maps of). 
(Maps and charts.) 
Hill (Chas.),New York: 

Heine (The) fountain. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Hill (J. L.) printing co., Richmond Va. : 

Hill (J. L.) printing co.'s directory 
of Wilmington, N.C. 1900. (Books: 1.) 
Hillias (M.), Chicago: 

llillias's (Prof. M.) mail-course of in- 
structions on hypnotism, with methods 
for producing same. (Books: 2.) 
Hitchcock (Ripley), New York: 

David Harum. (Dramatic composi- 
tions.) 



Holt (Henry) <fe co.,New York: 

Nicholson (Henry Hudson) and Avery 
(Samuel). Laboratory exercises, with 
outlines for the study of chemistry. 
(Books: 1.) 
Howley, Haviland & co.,New York: 

I'm glad that face didn't grow on 
me. Tom Daly ; Gus Edwards. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Hudson-Kimbeily pub. co., Kansas City, 
Mo.: 

Kansas Citv souvenir. (Books: 2.) 
Hyne (C. J. Cutcliffe), England : 

Hvne (C. J. C.) Honor of thieves. 
(Books: 1.) 

The lost continent. (Books: 3.) 

Jacobs (George W.) & co., Philadelphia: 
Newberry (Fannie E.) Everyday 
honor. (Books: 1.) 
Jahn (Carl G.), Columbus, Ohio: 

Ohio circuit court reports. (Books : 
1.) 

Ohio nisi prius and general term re- 
ports. (Books: 1) 
Jeherys, limited, London: 

Recruit (The). Gustav Rensch. 
(Music.) 
Jenkins' (J. W.) sons' music co., Kansas 
City, Mo. : 

It's all off with you. Fred E.Alex- 
ander; Scott Lawrence. (Music.) 

Treat your baby right. FredE. Alex- 
ander; Scott Lawrence. (Music.) 
Johnson (F. J.\ Wahoo, Nebr. : 

David's 95th psalm. Frank J. John- 
son. (Music.) 

David's 117th psalm. (Music.) 
Johnson (T. &J. W.)&co., Philadelphia: 
Pennsylvania county court reports. 
(Books: 2.) 
Jones (T.E.),U. S. : 

Adrift on life's ocean. Ada Blenk- 
horn ; T.E.Jones. (Music.) 

Just as thou art. Russell S. Cook; T. 
E.Jones. (Music.) 
Junghaendel (Max), New York: 

Heine (The) monument of New York. 
(Photographs.) 
Kansas City Star no., Kansas City, Mo. : 
Trade (The) in live stock. (Books: 
3.) 
Kelley (T. B.), Jersey City : 

Some day, like parted streams, we'll 
meet. T. B. Kelley. (Music.) 

"Some day our paths will cross 
again.'' T. B. Kelley. (Music.) 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, New York: 
Affinities. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Art is long. (Engravings, outs, ami 
prints. ) 

Brilliant prospects. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Clever (A) scheme, (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Didn't know when he v\ as well off. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.] 



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Keppler & Schwarziuann, New York : 

Earnest (An) wish. ' (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Filling the bill. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Friend (A) in need; or, A feathery 
rescue. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Garden (A) spot. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

His recommend. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Xo chance for criticism. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

On a level. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

One of many. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Progress in the north. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Prophet (A). (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Puckographs. 11. A man that has 
done a pretty good job, so far. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints. ) 

Sweet dreams. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Their only hope. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Threat (A). (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Two (The) lovers. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Western (A) Solon. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Kilburn (B. W.), Littleton, N. H. : 

American shells that were fired at 
the fall of Santiago. (Photographs.) 

Avenue of royal palms, Havana, 
Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Banana plantation, Jamaica, West 
Indies. (Photographs.) 

Cell windows, Morro castle, Havana. 
(Photographs. ) 

Company B, 2d U. S. artillery, lin- 
ing up for dinner, Havana, Cuba. 
(Photographs.) 

Company E, 2d U. S. artillery, at 
dinner near Cabanas fortress, Cuba. 
(Photographs.) 

Company F, 6th Ohio vol. inf., lin- 
ing up for dinner, Cienfuegos, Cuba. 
(Photographs.) 

Delivering milk, Havana, Cuba. 
(Photographs.) 

Dining room, Hotel Inglaterra, 
Havana, Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Entrance to Havana harbor and 
Morro castle, Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Executioner in the act of killing a 
criminal, Havana, Cuba. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Farm carts, Havana, Cuba. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

General view of camp of 6th Ohio 
vol. inf., Cienfuegos, Cuba. (Photo- 
graphs.) 



Kilburn (B.W.), Littleton, X. H. : 

Havana harbor, from treasury build- 
ng, Havana, Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Interior of sugar mill, Cienfuegos, 
Cu ba. (Photographs. ) 

Interior of the fort, Morro castle, 
Havana, Cuba. (Phutographs.) 

Kitchen of company E, 2d U. S. ar- 
tillery, camp near Cabanas fortress, 
Havana, Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Members of company B, 2d U. S. ar- 
tillery, Havana, Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Moat on north side of Cabanas for- 
tress, Havana, Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Modern Krupp gun, Morro castle, 
Havana, Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Morro castle, Havana, Cuba. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Xatives near Santiago de Cuba. 
(Photographs.) 

Shell room in Morro castle, Havana, 
Cnba. (Photographs.) 

Spanish wrecks, Manzanillo, Cuba. 
(Photographs.) 

Typical (A) block-house, Santiago de 
Cuba. (Photographs.) 

"Valentine,' Weyler's executioner, 
Havana, Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Victims of the " Maine," Colon ceme- 
tery, Havana. (Photogr.iphs.) 

Window of cell at Spanish barracks, 
Santiago, where Hobson was confined. 
(Photographs.) 

Wreck of the "Maine," Havana har- 
bor, Cuba. (Photographs.) 

2d U. S. artillery, company E, lining 
up for coffee, Havana, Cuba. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

6th Ohio band filing up for mess, 
Cienfuegos, Cuba. (Photographs.) 

6th Ohio vol. inf. band at dinner, 
Cienfuegos, Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Kirkpatrick (Wm. J.), U. S. : 

God is calling. J. Borthwick; Wm. 
J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 

Klopsch (Louis), Xew York: 

Talmage (T. DeWitt). Health re- 
sorts. (Books: 3.) 

Knapp (M. W.). Cincinnati: 

Rees (Byron Johnson). Trumpet 
calls (for the unsaved). (Books: 1.) 

Koninsky (Ed w. M. ) & bros., Troy, X. Y. : 
Phoebe Thompson's cake walk. Sadie 
Koninsky. (Music.) 

Konold (Amos A. E.), Pittsburg : 

American (The) flag march. Amos 
A. E. Konold. (Music.) 

Coon (The) dance. Amos A. E. Kon- 
old. (Music.) 

Kremer (Victor), Chicago: 

Because he loves his mother. Mon- 
roe H. Rosenfeld. (Music.) 

When you learn to love too late' 
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La Framboise (Arthur James), Dnluth, 
Minn. : 

Dnluth-Superior latest rag-time two- 
step. Arthur J. La Framboise. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Laird Sc Lee, Chicago : 

Amicis (Edmoudo de). The heart of 
a boy. (Books: 1.) 
Lautz bros. & co., Buffalo: 

Unexpected (An) return. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 
Lawler (Michael J.), Sniithville, N. Y. : 
Collings's (Capt.) case. (Books: 2.) 
Only (The) practical way to cure rup- 
ture. (Books: 2.) 
Lee (Win. H.), Chicago: 

Connolly (Alonzo P.) 19th century 
calendars and facts. (Books: 1.) 

Laird & Lee's diary and time-saver, 
1900. vBooks: 1.) 
Lemoiue (Henry) et cie., Paris: 

Metodo de baritono 6 saxhorn bari- 
tono. G. Pares. (Music.) 

Metodo de bombardino 6 saxhorn 
, bajo. G. Pares. (Music.) 

Metodo de liiscorno contralto 6 sax- 
horn contralto. G. Pares. (Music.) 

Metodo de onoven 6 saxhorn alto. 
G. Pares. (Music.) 
Letson (Samuel B.), Spokane, Wash. : 
Letson (Samuel B.) Uncle Sam, my 
Uncle Sam. (Books: 3.) 

Washington, O, Washington. 

(Books: 3.) 
Life pub. co., New York : 

Admiral (The) : What ails our uncle? 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Nobleman (The) : Every man has his 
price, you know. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
Lincoln (John C), Cleveland, Ohio: 

Practical electricity. (Books: 1.) 
Lippincott (J. B.) co., Philadelphia: 

Hutten (Baroness von). Miss Car- 
michaels conscience. (Books: 1.) 
Little, Brown & co., Boston : 

Whiting (Lilian). From dreamland 
sent. (Books: 1.) 
Loehier (A.), Tompkinsville, N. Y. : 

Columbia. (Photographs.) 
Loewenherz (J.) and A. Funk, New York : 
Illustrated (The) Hebrew almanac 
for the year 5660. (Books: 2.) 
Loomis (Charles Battell), New York: 
Loomis (C.B.) Oliver's three gifts. 
(Books: 3.) 
Lothrop publishing co., Boston: 

Brooks (Elbridge Streeter). The true 
story of Lafayette. (Books: 1.) 
Lyle (Thomas A.), Philadelphia: 

Lyle (T. A.) The bookkeeper's 
companion. (Books: 2.) 
McCaskey (John Piersol), Lancaster, Pa. : 
Baron's (The) charger. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Dido building Carthage. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 



McCaskey (John Piersol), Lancaster, Pa. : 

Mothers (The). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

" Right or left ? " (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Saved. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Shakespeare and his friends. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 
McClure (S. S.) co., New York: 

Black (P. Y.) Under the kopje. 
(Books: 3.) 

King (Brig. Gen. Charles). General 
King indorses Otis. (Books: 3.) 
McCrary & Branson, Knoxville, Tenn. : 

"She was bred in old Kentucky." 
(Photographs.) 

" We sees our finish." (Photographs.) 
McCubbin (Chas.), Nevada, Mo.: 

McCubbin (Chas.) Poems. (Books: 

1.) 
McDaniel (Maggie F.),Miltonvale, Kans. : 
Old (The) Missouri home. Maggie F. 
McDaniel. (Music.) 
McDermott (Bernard), Brooklyn: 

McDermott (B.) The battle of Ma- 
nila bay. (Books: 2.) 
MacDouald (G. M.), Chicago: 

Diamond (The) investment. (Books : 
2.) 
McLoughlin bros., New York: 

"Hansel and Grethel." (Books: 2.) 
Little Red Riding Hood. (Books: 2.) 
Snow White and Red Rose. (Books : 
2.) 
Macmillan (The) co., New York: 

Allen (John Gamaliel). Topical 
studies in American history. (Books: 

1-) 

Ireland (Alleyne). Tropical coloni- 
zation. (Books: 1.) 

Spingarn (Joel Elias). A history of 
literary criticism in the Renaissance. 
[Etc.] (Books: 1.) 

Winchester (Caleb Thomas). Some 
principles of literary criticism. 
(Books: 1.) 
MacNeil (John A.) and Ridgelv (Orman), 
U. S. : 

MacNeil (John A.) and Ridgely 
(Orman). An index to form precedents 
in the reports of the supreme and ap- 
pellate courts of Illinois. (Books: 1.) 
Mallett (D. T.), New York: 

Mallett (1). T.) What Dewey did. 
(Books: 1.) 
Marberry (J. Oscar) and Davis (E. B.), 
Carbondale, 1 11. : 
Sphinx(The). (Books: 1.) 
Maresh (A. L.), Cleveland, Ohio: 

Jolly blacksmith. A. L. Maresh. 
(Music) 
Marquis (A. N.) & Co., Chicago: 

Leonard (John W.) Who's who in 
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Martin (David), sec. of the common- 
wealth for state of Pa. : 

Pennsylvania. State reports. 
(Books: 1.) 
Massachusetts New church union, Boston : 
Bible (The): Is it the word of God? 
(Books: 1.) 
Mast, Crowell & Kirkpatrick, Spring- 
field, Ohio : 

New (The) home atlas of the world. 
(Books: 1.) 
Maynard, Merrill & co., New York : 

'Glass (Edward C.) Glass's speller. 
(Books: 1.) 
Meigs (William M.). Philadelphia: 

Meigs (W. M.) The growth of the 
constitution in the federal convention 
of 1787. (Books: 1.) 
Metzler & co., London : 

Why was Cupid a boy! William 
Blake; Maud Valerie White. (Music.) 
Milke (Richard), Berlin : 

Unter der admirals!! a gge. Georg 
Reinior. (Music.) 
Miller (Adam), Chicago: 

Miller (Adam), footprints through 

nature to the supernatural. (Books: 1.) 

Miller (Jacob) sons & co., Philadelphia: 

Webster (Horace A.) An illustrated 

synopsis of the Spanish-American war. 

(Books: 2.) 

Miller (Luther L.), Chicago : 

Miller (L. L. ) Points on patent law. 
(Books: 2.) 
Mitchell (Franklin L.), Washington : 

Mitchell (F. L.) Computations of 
the lawful money reserve, etc. (Books: 
2.) 
Moore (F. M.), Booneville, Ark. : 

Moore (F. M. ) A brief history of the 
missionary work in the Indian terri- 
tory, of the Indian mission conference. 
(Books: 1) 
Morris (William H. J.), Chicago : 

Tho' forsaken, loved again. William 
H. J. Morris. (Music. ) 
Mott (J. L.) iron works, New York: 

Imperial porcelain and colonial wash 
tubs. (Books: 2.) 

Mott (J. L.) iron works. Catalogue. 
(Books: 2.) 
Munro (Norman L.),New York: 

Old Cap. Collier library. (Books: 3.) 
Music publishing assoc, London: 

All people that on earth do dwell. 
Frank J. Sawyer. (Music.) 

Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis. J. T. 
Bavin. (Music.) 

There is a blessed home. Sir Henry 
Baker ; Albert Kitchingman. (Music.) 
Myers (John W.), Quincy, 111. : 

Reliable poultry manual. (Books : 2.) 
20th century catalogue, Reliable 
incubator and brooder co. (Books : 2.) 
Navarette (M. A. ), Chicago : 

Navarette (M. A.) At lake Monona. 
(Books: 1.) 



Neely (F. Tennyson), New York: 

Van Rensselaer (Mrs. John King). 

New Yorkers of the 19th century. 

(Books: 1.) 

New England cotton mfg. ass'n, Boston: 

New England cotton manufacturers' 

association. Transactions. (Books: 1.) 

Newmayer (Sol) <fc Gilpin (Charles), 

Philadelphia : 

Dem nigger patriots. Sol Newmayer; 
Chas. Gilpin. (Music.) 
Norman (Lionel), Boston: 

Norman (L.) Legal restraints on 
modern industrial combinations and 
monopolies in the United States. 
(Books: 2.) 
Novello & co., ltd., London : 

Offertory sentences. H. M. Higgs. 
nos. 1-20. (Music.) 

Waltz from ''The sleeping beauty. " 
Frederic H. Cowen. 4 nos. (Music.) 
Oliphant (R. J.), Oswego, N. Y. : 

Oliphant's Oswego directory. 
(Books: 1.) 
Orpheus music co., London: 

Lead, kindly light. Cardinal News- 
man; Henry R.Mark. (Music.) 

Summer showers. Ernest Reeves. 
(Music.) 
Orwig (A. Walter), York, Pa. : 

Gas co. arch by night, York sesqui- 
centennial. (Photographs.) 
Other side pub. co., Chicago: 

Foote (Allen Ripley). Municipal 
public service industries. (Books: 1.) 
Overcarsh (Harvey), Charlotte, N. C. : 
Pride of the south march. Harvey 
Overcarsh. (Music.) 
Pach bros., New York: 

McKinley (President) and Vice-Presi- 
dent Hobart. (Photographs.) 
Palmenberg : s (J. R.) sons, New York : 
Palm en berg's (J. R.) sons (Supple- 
ment C to the 304 pages illustrated cat- 
alogue of). (Books: 2.) 
Palmer (E. M.), New York: 

Dewey (Admiral). (Photographs.) 
Parvin & Judah, Salem, Oreg. : 

Hail to the second Oregon! N. J. 
Judah; Z. M. Parvin. (Music.) 
Patterson (F. B.), New York : 

Good morning ! Have you used 

want ads? (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 
Peck (Geo. W.), Milwaukee: 

Peck's Uncle Ike and the red-headed 
boy. (Books: 3.) 
Peirce school, Philadelphia: 

Peirce school, catalogue for 1899- 
1900. (Books: 1.) 
Penn pub. co., Philadelphia: 

Case (The) of Smythe vs. Smith. 
(Dramatic compositions.) 

[Garrett, Phineas.] One hundred 
choice selections. (Books: 1.) 

Scout (The) of the Philippines. 
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Pepper (J. W.), Philadelphia: 

At a Chinese wedding. C. L. Maurer. 
(Music.) 

Hello, ma baby. Howard and Emer- 
son. F.Beyer. (Music.) 
Peters (C.F.), Leipzig: 

Polnische volkstiinze. Moritz Mosz- 
kowski. nos. 1 and 4. (Music.) 

Romance. Maurice Moszkowski. 
(Music.) 

Scherzo. Maurice Moszkowski. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Trois arabesques. Maurice Moszkow- 
ski. nos. 1-3. (Music.) 
Pingree (Governor Hazen S.), for the 
state of Michigan, Detroit: 

Michigan geological survey. Geolog- 
ical survey of Michigan, Upper pen- 
insula. 1893-1897. (Books: 1.) 
Placht (Jos.) &, son, St. Louis: 

Olpmpic march and two-step. L. L. 
Doubt. (Music. ) 
Polk (R.L.) & co., Detroit: 

Architects', engineers', builders', and 
contractors' reference book, of Pitts- 
burg, Allegheny, and Allegheny county. 
(Books: 1.) 

Longwell & Cummings' and R. L. 
Polk <fe co. ; s Logansport directory. 
(Books: 1.) 
Poor's railroad manual co., New York: 
Poor's manual of the railroads of the 
United States. 1899. (Books: 1.) 
Porritt (Mark), Pittsburg: 

Rapid transit march and two-step. 
Mark Porritt. (Music.) 
Porter (Peter A.), Niagara Fails: 

Porter (Peter A.) Champlain not 
Cartier. (Books: 1.) 
Post (Willis H.), Bloomington, 111. : 

Internal-revenue documentary stamp 
taxes. (Books: 2.) 
Press publishing co., New York : 

Libbey (Laura Jean). The marry- 
ing chances of plain women. (Books: 
3.) 

Nothing so cheap in the eyes of 

men as slangy girls. (Books: 3.) 

Morgan (Mary). A Madison avenue 
bouquet. (Books: 3.) 

A Maiden Lane wedding ring. 

(Books: 3.) 
Purdy (J. E.) & co., Boston: 

Jewett (Lillian Clayton). (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Push pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. : 

Art supplement. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
Putnam's (G. P.) sons, New York : 

Story (Alfred Thomas). The build- 
ing of the British empire. (Book: 1.) 
Quiun (John James), Rochester, N. Y. : 
Mathematical tablet for original dem- 
onstrations and solutions adapted to 
geometry and trigonometry. ( Books : 2, ) 

7019— Vol. 21, No. 2 5 



Railway educational assn,, New York: 
Correspondence instruction for me- 
chanics. (Books: 2.) 
Reilly (Phil), New York: 

Reilly (Phil). A Chesterfield of 
crime. (Books: 3.) 

A long watch and a hard fight. 

(Books: 3.) 

The loves of two women. 

(Books: 3.) 

The niggerkead clue. (Books: 3.) 

Revell (Fleming H.) co., Chicago: 

Lemon (Joel Bunyan). Elijah, the 
prophet. (Books: 1.) 

Scudeler [Frauces Ann Rousseau] 
(Mrs. William W. Scudder). Nineteen 
centuries of missions. (Hooks: 1.) 
Rich and McVey, Indianapolis, Ind. : 

Frog's convention march and two- 
step. G.J.Dawson. (Music.) 
Ripley (Frederick H.) and Tapper 
(Thomas), Boston : 

Ripley ( F. H. ) and Tapper (T. ) Nat- 
ural course in music. Outline of work 
for Sept. (Books: 2.) 
Robinson (Sara T. D.), Lawrence, Kans. : 
Robinson (S. T. D.). Kansas, its in- 
terior and exterior life. (Books: 1.) 
Rogers bros. music pub. co., New York : 
Our Helen Gould. Willis Clark; 
Maurice Levi. (Music.) 
Rost (E.), New York: 

Pansy. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Waiting. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 
Rost (H.C.), New York: 

Daisy. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Spring. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 
Rouhier (Louis), Paris: 

Gymnastique harmonique. Ch. de 
Beriot. (Music.) 
Rudder pub. co., New York: 

Columbia defending the America 
cup. Oct. 16, 1871. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Madeleine defending the America 
cup. 1876. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Magic defending the America cup. 
1870. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Sappho defending the America cup. 
Oct. 21, 1871. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 
Russell (Robert Howard), New York: 
Arizona. (Dramatic compositions. ) 
Shafer (Leon Elaric). The cup 
races. (Books: 1.) 
Ryden (Philip S.), Syracuse, N. Y. : 

Sims (Rev. C.N.) (Photographs. ) 
Sampson, Murdock & oo., Boston: 

Boston (The) directory. (Books: 1.) 
Gloucester (The) directory. (Books: 
1.) 



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Sanborn-Penis map co., ltd., New York: 
Avoca. Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Bennett, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Big Rapids, Mich. (Maps and 

charts.) 

Brooklyn. Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Burr Oak, Mich. (Maps and charts.) 
Centerville, Mich. (Maps and charts.) 
Dodge Center, Minn. (Maps and 

charts.) 

Elk Falls, Kans. (Maps and charts.) 
Elmore, Ohio. (Maps and charts.) 
Emporia, Kans. (Maps and charts.) 
Exira, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Genoa, Ohio. (Maps and charts.) 
Grenola, Kans. (Maps and charts.) 
Griswold, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Ha warden, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Howard, Kans. (Maps and charts.) 
Kasson, Minn. (Maps and charts.) 
Kissimmee City, Fla. (Maps and 

charts.) 
Longton, Kans. (Maps and charts.) 
Maquoketa, Iowa. (Maps and 

charts.) 
Maynard, Mass. (Maps and charts.) 
Morantown, Kans. (Maps and 

charts.) 
Neligh, Nehr. (Maps and charts.) 
Neola, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Paris, Mo. (Maps and charts.) 
Sedan, Kans. (Maps and charts.) 
Shelby, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Tampa, including West Tampa, Yhor 

City, Fort Tampa City, and Fort 

Tampa, Fla. (Maps and charts.) 
Tekamah, Nebr. (Maps and charts.) 
Towerhill, 111. (Maps and charts. ) 
Yicksburg, Mich. (Maps and charts.) 
West Liberty, Iowa. (Maps and 

charts.) 

White Pigeon, Mich. (Maps and 

charts.) 

Sanderson (George L.), U. S. : 

Washington (George). (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Schirmer (G.), New York: 

Adagio in E. Franz Schubert; Max 
Yogrich. (Music.) 

Adieux (Les). J. L. Dussek; Th. 
Baker; S. Lebert. (Music.) 

Andante con variaizoni in F major. 
Jos. Haydn; Th. Baker. (Music.) 

Andante in F. L. von Beethoven; 
S. Lebert. (Music.) 

Ballade. Homer N. Bartlett. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Caprice espagnol. M. Moszkowski; 
Louis Oesterle. (Music.) 

Consolation (La). J. L. Dussek; Th. 
Baker. (Music.) 

Fifty selected piano studies. Jean 
Baptiste Cramer; Hans von Biilow; 
Th. Baker. (Music.) 

Friihliugsnacht. Robert Schumann; 
Franz Liszt; Louis Oesterle. (Music.) 



Schirmer (G.), New York 

Guitarre. M. 
Oesterle. (Music.) 

Matinee (La). J. L. Dussek; Th. 
Baker; S. Lebert. (Music.) 

Mimosen. Cornelius Gurlitt; Karl 
Klauser. (Music.) 

Nocturne in C sharp minor. G. Kar- 
ganoff; Louis Oesterle. (Music.) 

in D flat major. (Music.) 

in F sharp major. (Music.) 

Petit (Le) rien. J. B. Cramer; Louis 

Oesterle. (Music.) 

Reverie. N. Yan Westerkout; Max 
Yogrich. (Music.) 

Rondo a capriccio. L. von Beetho- 
ven; Th. Baker. (Music.) 

in A. Jos. Haydn; Louis 

Oesterle. (Music). 

in G. L. von Beethoven; Th. 

Baker; S. Lebert. (Music.) 

Scherzino. Julius Handrock; Louis 
Oesterle. (Music.) 

Scherzo. Edvard Grieg; Louis 
Oesterle. (Music.) 

Three concert studies. Leopold 
Godowsky: op. 11, nos. 1 and 3. (Mu- 
sic.) 

op. 12, nos. 1-3. (Music.) 

op. 14, nos. 1,3, 4. (Music.) 

Schlam (Hugo Y.), New York: 

You're the only one. George Totten 
Smith; Robert A. Keiser. (Music.) 
Schuberth (Edward) & co., New York : 

O thou sublime, sweet evening star. 
J. Loew; Heinrich Germer. (Music.) 

Pas des amphores. C.Chaminade; 
Heinrich Germer. (Music.) 

Rounders (The). Harry B. Smith; 
Ludwig Englander. Selection. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Rounders (The). March and two- 
step. L. Englander; Ckas. Kraushaar. 
(Music.) 
Schulze (Mrs. Etta Hortense), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. : 

Ah Dong. (Photographs.) 

Ah Hing. (Photographs.) 

Ah Lee. (Photographs.) 

Ah Puy. (Photographs.) 

Chan Toy. (Photographs.) 

Coquette (The). (Photographs.) 

Ready to fight. (Photographs.) 

Sing Fat. (Photographs.) 

Wing Lee. (Photographs.) 

Wing Wo. (Photographs.) 
Schuster (E. J.) ptg. co., St. Louis: 

Lumberman's (The) handy price list 
and reference book. (Books: 2.) 

Lumberman's (The) universal rate 
book applying on lumber. Eastern 
ed. (Books: 2.) 

Western ed. (Books: 2.) 

Schwerzel (Carlo), Leipzig: 

Mes souvenirs de Varsovie. Carlo 
Schwerzel. (Music.) 



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Schwerzel (Carlo), Leipzig: 

Waldeszanber-walzer. Carlo Scliwer- 
zel. (Music.) 
Seer (The) print, New York: 

Dairy (The) farm. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Strangle adventures in "the fall and 
rise of Humpty Dumpty."' (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 
Shepard (Frank), Chicago: 

Shepard's national system of adhe- 
sive annotations. (Books: 2.) 
Silver, Burdett *fc co., Boston: 

Little (A) sonata movement. F. 
Kuhlau; Kate S. Chittenden, (Music.) 
Simper (Caleb), Great Britain: 

Chant settings of the Te Deum lau- 
damus. Caleb Simper. (Music.) 

Thy barns shall be tilled with plenty. 
Caleb Simper. (Music.) 
Sisson (Lewis Poesley), Wheeling, W.Va. : 
American Devon cattle club. Amer- 
ican Devon record. (Books: 1.) 
Skoog (A. L.), Minneapolis: 

Bukett (En.) Utdrag ur Gittifc. 
A. L. Skoog. (Music.) 

Dal segno. Utdrag ur Gittit. A. L. 
Skoog. (Music.) 

Te Deum. A. L. Skoog. (Music.) 
Slocum (J. E.), San Diego, Cal. : 

City and bay of San Diego, Cal. 
(Photographs.) 
Smith (Adam), Lake Mills, Iowa: 

All people are shavers. (Books: 2.) 
Smith (Henry A.), Stoueham, Mass. : 

Smith (Myra Malinda). Demands of 
society. (Books: 1.) 
Society of Montana pioneers, Helena, 
Mont. : 

Society of Montana pioneers. Con- 
stitution, members, and officers. 
(Books: 1.) 
Sommers (Harry), Helena, Mont. : 

Rocky mountain Bell telephone com- 
pany. Official directory. (Books: 1.) 
Spalding (Elizabeth H.) and Moore 
(Frank R.), Brooklyn: 

Spalding (E. H.) and Moore (F. R.) 
The language-speller. A correlation of 
language work with spelling. (Books : 

!•) 
Spencer (Roswell T.), Illiopolis, 111. : 

Spencer (R. T.) The freemason's 
pocket dictionary. (Books: 1.) 
Springer (W. E.), Detroit, Mich. : 

Detroit. William Edgar Springer; 
J.H. Hahn. (Music.) 
Stallard(J.H.),U. S. : 

Jordan (David Starr) and Stallard 
(J.H.) The true basis of economics. 
(Books: 1.) 
State university of Iowa, Iowa City : 

University of Iowa. The university 
of Iowa. Studies in psychology. 
(Books: 1.) 



Stebbins (N. L.), Boston : 

State honse, Boston. (Photographs.; 
Stein (Myer J.), New York: 

Check release. (Books: 2.) 

Corporation check release. (Books: 
2.) 

Government check release. (Books: 
2.) 
Stewart (J. W.) & co., Steubenville,Ohio: 

Hearts broken at the ball. F. R. 
Hall; Gomer Williams. (Music.) 
Stidger (Felix G.), Chicago: 

Stidger's universal shorthand on the 
typewriter. (Books: 2.) 
Stoddard (Seneca Ray), Glens Falls, 
N.Y.: 

Stoddard (S. R.) Au Sable chasm. 
(Books: 2.) 

Stoddard (S. R.) Lake George. 
(Books: 2.) 
Stowe (Lyman E.), Detroit: 

Stowe (L. E.) Secrets of palmistrv. 
(Books: 2.) 
Street & Smith, New York : 

[Coryell, John Russell] The puzzle 
of five pistols. (Books : 1. ) 

Diamond Dick, jr. (Books: 2.) 

Ellis (Edward Sylvester) From tent 
to White House. (Books:!.) 

JIarben (William Nathaniel). The 
North walk mystery. (Books: 1.) 

[Kaler]' James Otis Wheeling for 
fortune. (Books: 1.) 

Nick Carter weekly. (Books: 2.) 

Rathbone (St. George) The girl 
from Hongkong. (Books: 1.) 

Tip-top weekly. (Books: 2.) 
Strobridge lith. co , Cincinnati: 

Dream. (Chromos and lithographs.) 

Johnson. (Chromos and lithographs.) 
Strohmeyer & Wyman, Arlington, N. J.: 

Cavalry (A) charge of Cuban troops. 
Remedios, Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Cavalry of Gen. Gomez' army, Reme- 
dios, Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Company (A) of the Cuban army. 
Pinar del Rio, Cuba. (Photographs. ) 

Dissected. " For heaven's sake, Lucy, 
give us a rest." (Photographs.) 

Gallant (The) Cerv era's magnificent 
flagship "Colon,'' where the great 
chase ended, Cuba. (Photographs.) 

" George must be waiting now ; went 
he be glad to see me !" ( Photographs. ) 

Gossip. At every sip a reputation 
dies. (Photographs.) 

Great (The) forward gnu of the de 
stroyed Spanish warship " Vizcaya." 
'(Photographs.) 

"How did doctor bring baby in 
that?" (Photographs.) 

In the heart of a banana plantation, 
Hawaiian Islands. (Photographs.) 

Last (The) o\' Spain's army at their 
block honse. Cienfnegos, Cuba. (Pho- 
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Strohmeyer & Wyinau, Arlington, N. J.: 

Last (The) of the Spanish army in 
Havaua, Cuba. (Under the palace col- 
onnade.) (Photographs.) 

Last (The) Spanish camp in Cuha. 
Cieufuegos. ( Photographs. ) 

Looking west, from south of Cabana 
Castle, Havana, Cuba. (Photographs.) 

McKinley (President) at his desk in 
the White House. (Photographs.) 

Mirror view, banana plantation, Ha- 
waiian Islands. (Photographs.) 

Morro Castle, Santiago, from across 
harbor entrance. (Photographs.) 

"Not for the world!" (Photo- 
graphs.) 

On the after deck of the destroyed 
" Vizcaya," looking forward. Off San- 
tiago de Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Once (The) proud " Vizcaya.'' (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Passing Morro Castle, entering the 
harbor, Havana, Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Raising the "Reina Mercedes.''" 
(Photographs.) 

Rough (The) Riders' first view of San- | 
tiago trenches on San Juan hill, Cuba. 
(Photographs.) 

Santiago, Cuba, from San Juan hill, 
site of the destroyed blockhouse. 
(Photographs.) 

"Say, girls, Antoinette is engaged ! " 
(Photographs ) 

Scene of the great battle. The hill 
from below San Juan, Cuba. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Spanish (The) cruiser " Reina Mer- 
cedes " the day after raising, Santiago 
harbor, Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Street in the characteristic Cuban 
village, San Luis, Santiago province. 
(Photographs.) 

Trenches (The) occupied by the 
" Rough Riders," San Juan Hill, Cuba. 
(Photographs.) 

Two hundred thousand skeletons, 
Cemetery Colon, Havana, Cuba. (Pho- 
tographs. ) 

Unloading cattle at Cienfuegos, 
Cuba. ( Photographs. ) 

War's destruction; the main deck of 
the Spanish "Viscaya." (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Wood (Maj. Gen. Leonard) and his 
secretary, Governor's palace, Santiago, 
Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Sturges (T. H.), Weatherford, Tex. : 

Sturges (T. H.) Evidences of the new 
birth. (Books: 1.) 

Sullivan machinery co., Chicago: 

Sullivan machinery co., Chicago, 111. 
Catalogue. (Books:" 2.) 

Swallow (C. H.), Humphrey, Nebr. : 

"Perfect" system of bookkeeping 
for the country print shop. (Books: 2.) 



Taylor (Wm, H.), Richmond, Va. : 

Taylor (W. H.) Outlines of every- 
day chemistry. (Books: 1.) 
Thayer (Henry) & co., Cambridge, Mass. : 
Thayer (Henry) & co. Net prices of 
medicinal extracts and other pharma- 
ceutical preparations. (Books: 2.) 
Thomas publishing co., New York : 

Thomas's continental register. 
(Books: 1.) 
Thompson (C. W.) & co., Boston: 

Domino polka. EmilOtto. (Music.) 
Mary Yance. William Lowell Brown. 
(Music.) 

Mother's (A) lullaby. Van Wagenen 
Hasbrouck. (Music.) 
Thompson (E.) co., Northport, N. Y. : 

Encyclopaedia (The) of pleading and 
practice, under the codes and practice 
acts, at common law, in equity and in 
criminal cases. (Books: 1.) 
Thorland (Richard), Chicago: 

Stengel (Baron Karl von). The 
eternal peace; or, Germany's evangel 
of battle and expansion. (Books: 2.) 
Thuma (Frank T.), Pittsburg, Pa, : 

Can I forget? James Buckham; 
Frank T. Thuma. (Music.) 
Thurber (Esther M.), Philadelphia: 

Thurber (E. M.) Historical land- 
marks of Philadelphia. (Books: 1.) 
Tousey (Frank), New York: 

Pluck and luck. (Books: 2.) 
Secret service. (Books: 2.) 
Work and win. (Books: 2.) 
Trickett (W.P.), Kansas City, Mo. : 

Kansas City transportation bureau. 
Kansas City shippers' guide and com- 
parative rate sheet. (Books: 1.) 
Trigg (J. S.), U.S. 

Trigg (J. S. ) Farm, orchard, and gar- 
den. (Books: 3.) 
Trott (Warren V. D.), Brooklyn : 

Trott ( W. V. D. ). The liquor dealer's 
silent partner. (Books: 1.) 
Tubbs (F. A.), Bryan, Ohio: 

Bouita (La) waltzes. H. S. Romaine ; 
F. A. Tubbs. (Music.) 

Major Betts' march. F. A. Tubbs. 
Military band. (Music.) 
Tufts (William W.), Cambridge, Mass.: 
Uncle Merlin. (Dramatic composi- 
tions.) 
Turner (C. Y.), New York: 
Harvesting. (Fine arts.) 
Plowing. (Fine arts.) 
Udell (Charles), Los Angeles, Cal. : 
Supplement of the Giles mercantile 
agency reference book. (Books: 2.) 
Underwood & Underwood. New York: 
Fountain of Elisha. (Photographs.) 
Nation's (The) hero. Admiral Dewey 
on his flagship " Olyrupia," Manila 
Bay, P. I. (Photographs.) 
Tomb of Absalom. (Photographs.) 



159 



INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



United gas improvement co., Phila- 
delphia : 

Directions for operating the standard 
Lowe water gas apparatus. (Books: 
2.) 
United society of Christian endeavor, 
Boston : 

Good cheer. Mrs. James L. Hill. 
(Music.) 
United States printing co., Cincinnati: 

Bicycle rider. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Catsup bottle. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Clown. (Chromos and lithographs.) 

Comedy. (Chromos and lithographs. ) 

Coogan visits Doogan. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 

Eccentric character. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Hands on traitor. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Hoyt portrait. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs. ) 

Innkeeper. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Kiss me again. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Letter combination. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

"Mack" portrait. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Murder. (Chromos and lithographs.) 

Oh, I don't know. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Oiling works. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Quick lunch. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Racing limited. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Soaking the Jew. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Teasing sea dog. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Time. (Chromos and lithographs.) 

Twelve o'clock. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

(Chromos and litho- 



Two portraits 
graphs. ) 

Unforgiven. 
graphs.) 

Wild flowers. 
graphs.) 

You dog! 
graphs.) 
Van Ness (W.C.) 

Van Ness, (W. 



(Chromos and litho- 

(Chromos and litho- 

( Chromos and litho- 

Denison, Iowa: 
C.) Elementary defi- 
nitions and laws of physics. (Books: 1.) 
Vaught (L. A.), Chicago: 

Human selfishness. (Books: 2.) 
Voigt (Henry E.), Hamburg, Wis. : 

Voigt (Henry E.) and others. Die 
kiinstliche ausbriitung. (Books: 1.) , 
"Wagner (W. H.) & sons, Freeport, 111. : 
White Holland turkeys. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 



Waite (Elmer W.) and Davis (Edwin W.). 
Cleveland: 

Sweet Kitty Kay. E. W. Waite; E. 
W. Davis; H.L.Kopp. (Music.) 
Ward (George W.), U. S. : 

Ward (G. W.) Notes in history. 
(Books: 1.) 
Ward brothers, Jacksonville, 111. : 

Special price list of book and peri- 
odical binding. (Books: 2.) 
Waring (Vechten), New York: 

Battle (The) of Manila bay as told 
by the " cruiser" watch. (Books: 2.) 
Webster (Lorin), United States: 

Saviour, blessed Saviour. Lorin 
Webster. (Music.) 

Welcome, happy morning ! Lorin 
Webster. (Music.) 
Weed (J. W.), Corning, Iowa: 

[Buell, Chas. E.] Laws of Wiscon- 
sin ; business manual. (Books: 1.) 
Weekes & co., London: 

To thee. Norman Hays. (Music.) 
Wells (Edward H.), Utica, N. Y. : 

New York (State) legislature. Rail- 
road corporations. (Books: 1.) 
Werner school book co., New York: 

Rapid vertical penmanship. (Books: 
2.) 
West pub. co., St. Paul: 

American digest. (Books: 1.) 
Federal (The) reporter. (Books: 1.) 
New York (The) supplement. 
(Books: 1.) 

United States. Supreme court. 
Supreme court reporter. (Books: 1.) 
Westinghouse, Church, Kerr & co., Pitts- 
burg: 

Westinghouse, Church, Kerr & co. 
A few words about mechanical stokers. 
(Books: 1.) 
Westinghouse electric and mfg. co., 
Pittsburg : 

Westinghouse electric and mfg. co. 
Alternating current switch boards. 
Catalogue. (Books: 2.) 
White bros., Cleveland: 

Public (The) square. Cleveland's 
court of honor. (Photographs.) 
White-Smith music pub. co., Boston : 

Masqueraders (The) waltz. Dorothy 
Baker White; Alonzo Stone. (Music.) 
Whiteside (Margaret A.), Boulder, Colo. : 
Whiteside (M. A.) Whiteside's sys- 
tem of geometrical dress drafting. 
(Books: 2.) 
Wilberforee (Alec B.), San Francisco: 
Fighting Joe Wheeler. 11. 1.. Flash : 
Dion Romandy. (Music.) 
Williams (C.A.), Binghamton, N. Y. : 

Williams' Wilkes -Barre city direc- 
tory, 1899. (Books: 1.) 
Williams (Chas. R.), Chicago: 

Williams' expert method for guitar. 
(Music) 
Williams (Edgar L.), Peoria. 111. : 
Rules for 20 games. (Books: 2.) 



60 



IXDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Willis (W. H.) & co., Cincinnati: 

My Highland, laddie. George A. 
Voige, jr. (Music.) 

Wilson (Harry B.\ Asbury Park, N. J. : 
Wilson (H. B.) Haunts of health 
and pleasure along the Jersey coast. 
(Books: 1.) 

Wilson (LidaP.), U.S.: 

Wilson (L. P.) How Uncle Sam 
played Cupid. (Books: 3.) 

Witniark (M.) &, sons, New York: 

Always ! Charles Horwitz ; Frederick 

Y. Bowers. (Music.) 

Black (The) man's kissing bug. Ben 

Harney. (Music.) 

Bugle song. Tennyson; Eugene 

Cowles. (Music.) 



Witniark (M.) «fc sons, New York: 

I told my heart it must forget. W. 
H.Gardiner; John Carrington. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Ivy (The) and the oak. J. H. Barnes ; 
Eugene Cowles. (Music.) 

Just a misunderstanding with my 
lady love. Charles Horwitz ; Frederick 
V. Bowers. (Music.) 

Stay in your own back yard. Karl 
Kennett; Lynn Udall, (Music.) 

Teach me how to love. J. E. Fay; 
J.B.Oliver. (Music.) 
Wood (B. F.) music co., Boston: 

"Tabasco-marsch." G. W. Chad- 
wick. (Music.) 

Zaida. C. W. Krogmann. (Music.) 
Young (Sol.), New York: 

Intruder (The). (Photographs.) 



NOV 6 1899 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of th'e Register of Copyrights, 
Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 21, no. 3. 
Whole mo. 133— October 19, 1899. 



CONTENTS. 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 163 

(2) Miscellaneous 172 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine arti- 

cles , 178 

II. Dramatic Compositions ] 85 

III. Periodicals 185 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 

tions of Music 191 

V. Maps and Charts 204 

VI. Engravings. Cuts, and Prints 205 



VII. Chromos and Lithographs 

VIII. Photographs 

IX. Pine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, statu- 
ary, and models or designs intended 
to he perfected as works of the fine 

arts) 

X. Index of Copyright Proprietors... 



Page. 

.. 206 
.. 207 



210 

211 



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GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

18 9 9. 



This Catalogue of Title Entries is published in conformity with the provisions of 
The act of Congress of March 3, 1891 (51st Congress, 2d session, chap. 565, sec. 4, 
Stat. L., v. 26, p. 1108). It contains a list of all copyright entries perfected by the 
deposit of the copies required by law, and gives in each case the full title entry, the 
name and address of the copyright claimant, the date and number of the copyright 
entry, and the date when the copies were deposited to complete the entry of copy- 
right. The titles are classified under the following rubrics : 

I. Books: 

(1) Books proper. 

(2) Miscellaneous, Leaflets, etc. 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles. 
II. Dramatic Compositions. 

III. Periodicals. 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collections of Music. 
V. Maps and Charts. 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints. 
VII. Chromos and Lithographs. 
VIII. Photographs. 
IX. Fine Arts (a list of the photographs deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to 
be perfected as works of the fine arts). 
X. Index of Copyright Proprietors. 

The index of proprietors is a complete index of all the entries contained in one 
week's issue of the catalogue, under an alphabet of the names of the copyright 
claimants. 

The titles of the first division of books, Books I (Books proper), are prepared in 
the Catalogue Department of the Library of Congress, and are complete biblio- 
graphical titles of all books received at the Library of Congress under the operation 
of the copyright law. 

This catalogue of copyright entries is distributed by the Treasury Department, 
and may be subscribed for at the rate of $5 per year (for 4 volumes of about 1,000 
pages each) through the nearest collector of customs. The Librarian of Congress 
can not take subscrijjtions, but a sample copy of the catalogue may be obtained upon 
request preferred to the Librarian of Congress 



COPYRIGHT LAW. 

An edition (revised to July, 1899) of the Copyright Statutes has been published, 
with index, in a pamphlet of 24 pages, a copy of which will be sent to any person 
requesting it. A resident in the United States, Canada, or Mexico is not required 
to send remittance or stamps for paying postage. 

Librarian of Congress : Eegister of Copyrights : 

Herbert Putnam. Thorvald Solberg. 

162 



EXPLANATION. — The titles are arranged alphabetically under the rubrics shown in the 
table of contents, and are followed by one index of copyright proprietors.'] 

I. BOOKS .-(1) BOOKS PROPER. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will he found under "IV. Musical 
Compositions." For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue. The titles in this chapter are 
prepared hy the Catalogue Department of the Library of Congress.) 



Authors. 

Abbatt, William. 

The crisis of the reAolution; being 
tbe story of Arnold and Andre . . . 
illustrations from original photographs 
bv E. S. Bennett . . . New York. 
W. Abbatt, 1899. 6 p. 1., 119 pp. pi.' 
port. maps. fol. 384 

Bibliography, p. 101 -111. 

Copyright by William Abbatt, New 
York. " 1899, no. 28727, Apr. 26 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 
Adams, Francis A [lexandre] 

Who rules America? Facts and fig- 
ures regarding the four hundred trusts 
that prev upon our people . . . New 
York, 1899. 59 pp. 8 C . 385 

Copyright by Francis A. Adams,New 
York. ' 1899, no. 52729. Aug. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 
Andrews, James P. rept. 

Connecticut. Supreme court of er- 
rors. Cases argued and determined 
. . . v. 71. 1899. 
Arnold, Sarah Louise, and Gilbert, Charles 
B. 

Primeros peldauos de literatura ; tra- 
ducidos y adaptados al idioma castel- 
lano por M. F. Jnncos. Libro primero. 
New York, Boston [etc.] Silver, Bur- 
dett & co. [1899] 128pp.illus. 12°. 

386 

Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 59720, Sept. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 

The Atlantic reporter, v. 43 . . . Per- 
manent ed. May 3-August 23, 1899 
. . . St. Paul, West pub. co., 1899. 
4°. (National reporter system. State 
series.) 387 

Copyright bv West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 57814. Sept. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 26, 1899. 

Bailey, John R[ead] 

Mackinac formerly Miehilirnackinac 
. . . history and guide book . . . !th 
ed. 1899. ' Lansing, Mich., R. Smith 
printing co. [1899] 246pp. illus. map. 
12-. 388 

Copyright by John R. Bailey, Mack- 
inac Island, Mich. 1899, no. 13605, July 
5; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 



Authors— Continued. 

Baker, Ira O [shorn] 

A treatise on masonry construction. 
9th ed. revised and partially rewrit- 
ten. 1st thousand. New York, Lon- 
don, J. Wiley & sons. 1899. xiii, 556 
pp. illus pi. 8°. 389 

Copyright by Ira O Baker, Cham- 
paign,Ill. 1899, no. 58705. Sept. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 
Barker, Lewellys F. 

The nervous system and its constit- 
uent neurones; designed for the use of 
practitioners of medicine and of stu- 
dents of medicine and psychology . . . 
New York, D. Appleton & co., 1899. 
xxsii, 1122, [7] pp. pi. 8°. 390 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 54431, Aug. 26; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 14, 1899. 
Barrett, John. 

Admiral George Dewey; a sketch of 
the man . . . New York & London, 
Harper & bros, 1899. xii pp., 1 1., 279, 
[1] pp. ])l. port. 16°. 391 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 58467, Sept. 12; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 12, 1899. 
Barrington, Paul J. 

Gems of knowledge, common sense 
prescriptions and practical informa- 
tion . . . [Fonda, la., 1899] 326 pp. 
port. 12°. 392 

Copyright by PauL J. Barrinutou. (J. 
S. 1899, no. 50753, Aug. 7; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 4, 1899. 
Bates, Charles Austin ed. 

The book for ba kers and confectioners. 
New York, The C. A. Hates syndicate, 
1899. 16 pp. ,239 1. illus. 8°. 393 

How to advertise baked goods and e< i 
tionery. 

Copyright by Charles Austin Bates 
syndicate, New York. L899, no. 41090, 
June 23; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

The clothing hook. Now York, 

The C. A. Bates sj ndicate, IS; 8. 24 pp., 
232 1. illus. 8°. 

How to advertise a clothing store. 
Copyright by Charles Austin Bates, 
New York. L899, no. 27596, Apr. 21: I 
copy rec'd Sept. 25, L899; l copy rec'd 
May 13. L899. 

163 



164 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Bates, Charles Austin. ed. The coal 
book. New York, The C. A. Bates 
syndicate. 1899. 15 pp., 202 1. illus. 
8°. 395 

Advertising the coal business. 
Copyright by Charles Austin Bates 
syndicate, New York. 1899, no. 41078, 
June 23 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

The drug book. New York, The 

C. A. Bates syndicate, 1899. 19 pp., 
185 1. illus. 8°. 396 

How to advertise a drug store. 
Copyright by Charles Austin Bates, 
New York. 1899, no. 27595, Apr. 21; 1 
copy rec'd Sept. 25, 1899; 1 copy rec'd 
May 13, 1899. 

The furniture book. New York, 

The C. A. Bates syndicate, 1899. 16 
pp., 212 1. illus. 8°. 397 

How to advertise a furniture store. 
Copyright by Charles Austin Bates, 
New York. 1899, no. 27593, Apr. 21 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

The grocery book. New York, The 

C. A. Bates syndicate, 1899. 18 pp., 215 
1. illus. 8°. 398 

Advertising a grocery store. 
Copyright by Charles Austin Bates, 
New York. 1899, no. 27591, Apr. 21; 1 
copy rec'd Sept. 25, 1899; 1 copy rec'd 
May 13, 1899. 

The hardware book. New York, 

The C. A. Bates syndicate, 1899. 19 
pp., 183 1. illus. 8°. 399 

How to advertise hardware and stoves. 
Copyright by Charles Austin Bates 
syndicate, New York. 1899, no. 41081. 
June 23; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

The jewelry book. New York, 

The C. A. Bates syndicate, 1899. 14 
pp., 204 1. illus. 8°. 400 

Advertising a jewelry store. 
Copyright by Charles Austin Bates 
syndicate, New York. 1899, no. 41079, 
June 23; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

The laundry book. New York, 

The C. A. Hates svndicate, 1899. 18 
pp., 216 1. iiius. 8°. 401 

How to advertise a laundry. 
Copyright by Charles Austin Bates 
syndicate, New York. 1899, no. 41080, 
June 23; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

■ The liquor book. New York, The 

C. A. Bates syndicate, 1899. 16 pp., 208 
1. • illus. 8°. 402 

Advertising a liquor store. 
Copyright by Charles Austin Bates 
syndicate, New York. 1899, no. 41083, 
June 23 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Bates, Charles Austin, ed. The men's 

furnishings book. New York, The 

C. A. Bates syndicate, 1899. 17 pp., 

1891. illus. 8°. 403 

How to advertise. 

Copyright by Charles Austin Bates, 
New York. 1899, no. 27594, Apr. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

The real estate and insurance book. 

New York, The C. A. Bates syndicate, 
1899. 16 pp., 206 1. illus. 8°. 404 
How to advertise real estate and insurance. 
Copyright by Charles Austin Bates 
syndicate. New York. 1899, no. 41085, 
Sept. 23 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

The shoe book. New York, The 

C. A. Bates syndicate, 1899. 20 pp., 229 
1. illus. 8°. 405 

Advertising a retail shoe store. 
Copyright by Charles Austin Bates, 
New York. 1899, no. 27592, Apr. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

The tailoring book. New York, 

The C. A. Bates syndicate, 1899. 14 pp., 
2001. illus. 8°. 406 

How to advertise. 

Copyright by Charles Austin Bates 
syndicate, New York. 1899, no. 41086, 
June 23; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

The wall paper book. New York, 

The C. A. Bates syndicate, 1899. 16 pp., 
223 1. illus. 8°. 407 

How to advertise wall paper. 
Copyright by Charles Austin Bates 
syndicate, New York. 1899, no. 41088, 
June 23 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Benedict, 

English punctuation; a series oi 
practical exercises in punctuation and 
capitalization . . . New York, Roches- 
ter Tetc.] Williams & Rogers, 1899. 
176 pp. 16°. 408 

Copyright by Williams & Rogers, 
Rochester, N. Y. 1899, no. 51383, Aug. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 

Benning, Howe pseud 
See Henry, Mary H. 

Bible. New Testament. English . 

The New Testament of our Lord and 
Saviour Jesus Christ (Authorized ver- 
sion) . . . New York, The Christian 
herald Bible house, 1899. 457 pp. 24°. 

409 
Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 
York. 1899, no. 32331, May 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 



165 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Black, Alexander 

Captain Kodak; a camera story . . . 
with photographic illustrations by the 
author. Boston, Lothrop pub. co. 
[1899J 288 pp. illus. 8°. ±10 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no.' 28731, Apr. 26; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 
Brent, Charles H. 

With God in the world; a series of 
papers. . . New York, Loudon [etc.] 
Longmans, Green & co., 1899. 5 p. 1. 
143, [1] pp., 1 1. 16°. 411 

Copyright by Longmans, Green. & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 39381, June 15; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 
Breyfogle, William L[a Martine] 

Sense and satire based upon nine- 
teenth century philosophy. Illustra- 
tions by .1. W. Breyfogle. Chicago 
and New York, Rand, McNally & co. 
[1899] xv pp., 11., 237 pp. pi. 12°. 

412 

Copyright by John W. Breyfogle, 
Philadelphia. * 1899, no. 51674, Aug. 28 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 
Browne, G[eorge] Waldo. 

Two American boys in Hawaii . . . 
illustrated by L. Meynelle. Boston, 
D. Estes &■ co. [1899] 1 p. 1., 260 pp. 
illus. 12 c . 413 

Copyright by Dana Estes &. co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 60556, Sept. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 
The woodranger; a story of the pio- 
neers of the debatable grounds; illus- 
trated by L. J. Bridgman. Boston, 
L. C. Page & co., 1899. 2 p. 1., 312 pp. 
pi. 8°. 414 

Copyright by L. (.'. Page & co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no.' 4986i », Aug. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept, 14, 1899. 
Butter worth, Hezekiah. 

The story of Magellan and the dis- 
covery of the Philippines . . . illus- 
trated by F. T. Merrill and others. 
New York, D. Appleton & co., 1899. 
x pp., 1 1., 235 pp. illus. pi. port, 
map. 12°. 415 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 57171, Sept. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Sept, 26, 1899. 
The treasure ship ; a tale of Sir Wil- 
liam Phipps, the regicides, and the in- 
ter charter period in Massachusetts 
. . . illustrated by B. W. Clinedinst 
and others. New York, D. Appleton 
& co., 1899. x pp., 1 1., 251 pp. illus. 
pi. 12°. 416 

Copyright by 1). Appleton A: CO., 
New York. 1899. no. 57169, Sept. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Capes, Bernard. 

Our lady of darkness. New York, 
Dodd, Mead & co., 1899. 2 p. 1., 328 pp. 
12°. 417 

Copyright by Dodd, Mead & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 60322, Sept. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

Carter, Nicholas, pseud. 

See [Coryell, John Russell] 

Chase, Charles H[enry] 

Elementary principles of economics; 
being an exposition of the funda- 
mental principles of the science of 
political economy. Chicago, C. H. 
Kerr & co., 1899. xvi, 405 pp. 8°. 

418 
Copyright by Charles H. Chase, 
Ithaca, Mich. 1899, no. 32642, May 15; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

The Chicago chronicle's unrivaled atlas 
of the world . . . Chicago & New 
York, Raud, McNally & co., 1899. 4 
p. 1., 336 pp. illus. fol. 419 

Copyright by Rand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 1899*, no. 49111, July 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Clarke, Addison H. 

Architect's hand-book on cements. 
Baltimore, W. W. Clarke & son, 1899. 
96 pp. illus. 16°. 420 

Copyright by Addison H. Clarke, 
Baltimore. 1899, no. 16732, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Clayton, Victoria Virginia] 

White and black under the old 
regime . . . with an introduction by 
F. C. Morehouse. Milwaukee & Lon- 
don. The Youug churchman co. [1899] 
195 pp. pi. port. 16°. 421 

Copyright by Young churchman co., 
Milwaukee. 1899, no. 53171, Aug. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Coakley, Cornelius Godfrey. 

A manual of diseases of the nose and 
throat . . . New York & Philadel- 
phia, Lea bros. & co., 1899. viii. 17-536 
pp. illus. pi. 8°. 422 

Copyright by Lea bros. & co., Phila- 
delphia. ' 1899, no. 59727. Sept. 18: 2 
copies rec'd Sept, 19. 1899. 

Connecticut. Supreme court of em 

Cases argued and determined . . . 
July, 1898-June, L899. v. 71. By J. P. 
Andrews. New York, The Banks law 
pub. co., 1899. S . 423 

Copyright by Huber Clark, secretary 
of the stale o\' Connecticut, 11 art lord. 
Conn. 1899, no. 59416, Sept. \v : 2 
ies rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 



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Authors — Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 



Cornill, Carl Heinrich. 

Geschichte des volkes Israel: von 
den altesten zeiten bis znr zerstorung 
Jerusalems durch die Romer. Chi- 
cago & Leipzig. The Open court pub. 
co., 1898. iv, 326 pp. 8°. 421 

Copyright by The Open court pub. 
co.. Chicago. '1899, no. 48795, July 28; 
2 copies rec'd Nov. 19, 1898. 

[Coryell, John RussellJ 

Gideon Drexell's millions; or, A puz- 
zling case, bv Nicholas Carter [pseud]. 
New York, Street & Smith [1899] 217 
pp. 12°. (Magnet detective library, 
no. 99) 425 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York/ 1899, no. 60622, Sept. 21; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Devecmon, William C. 

In re Shakespeare's "legal acquire- 
ments" ; notes by an unbeliever therein. 
New York & London, The Shakespeare 
press, 1899. lp. l.,51pp. 12°. (Shake- 
speare society of New York. Publica- 
tions, no. 12) 426 

Copyright by William C. Devecmon, 
Cumberland. Md. 1899, no. 30674, May 
6; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

A digest of decisions under the national 
bankruptcy act. (Addendum) Ap- 
proved July 1, 1898. New York, The 
Banks law pub. co., 1899. 2 p. 1., 61 pp. 
8°. 427 

Copyright bvTheBankslawpub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 59417, Sept. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 

Dumas, Alexandre [Davy] 

La tulipe noire; abridged and anno- 
tated by E. E. Brandon. " New York, 
Cincinnati [etc.]. American book co. 
[1899] 156 pp. 12°. 428 

Copyright by Edgar Ewing Brandon, 
Oxford, Ohio. ' 1899. no. 51576. Aug. 11; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Ellis. Edward S[ylvester] 

Dewey and other naval commanders. 
New York, Hovendon &. co., 1899. 1 
p. 1., 336 pp. illns. pi. port. 8°. 

429 
Copyright by John Hovendon, New 
York. 1899, no. 56619, Sept, 5 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 26, 1899. 

Erckmann. [Emile]. and Chatrian, [Alex- 
andre] 

Contes fantastiques; edited with 
brief notes and vocabulary by E. S. 
Jovnes. New York, H. Holt" & co., 
1899. xii, 172 pp. 16°. 430 

Contents. 
Esqnisse mystt'-rieuse. p. 3. 
Fiances de Grinderwald. [sic] p. 91. 



Erckmann, [Emile], and Chatrian, [Alex- 
andre] — Continued 
Gretchen. p. 73. 
Montre da doyen, p. 31. 
Oreille de la chouette. p. 121. 

Copyright by Henry Holt & co., New 
Y^ork. 1899. no. 55288, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Fiske, John. 

The Dutch and Quaker colonies in 
America. Boston & New York, 
Houghton, Mifflin & co., 1899. 2 v. 8°. 

431,432 
Copyright by John Eiske, Cambridge, 
Mass. 1899, nos. 60164-60165, Sept. 19; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Froissart, [Jean] 

Stories from Froissart, by Henry 
Newbolt . . . New York <fc London. 
The Macmillan co.. 1899. xxxi, 368 pp. 
pi. 12°. 433 

Copyright by The Macmillan co., 
New York. 1899, no. 60324, Sept. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

Frye, Alexis Everett. 

Teachers' manual of geography, in- 
troductory and advanced. Boston, 
Ginn & co., 1899. 2 p. 1., 169 pp. 12°. 

434 
Copyright by Alexander Everett 
Frye, Boston. 1899, no. 53690. Aug. 22 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Geography of California [anon.] 
[New York] American book co., 1899. 
15 pp. illus. fol. 435 

Copyright by American book co., 
New York. 1899, no. 35238, May 26; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Goodpasture, J[ohn] R[idley] 

The hope of his calling; or, The 
anointed life. Nashville, The Cum- 
berland press, 1899. ix, 174 pp. 12°. 

436 
Copyright by J. R. Goodpasture, 
Nashville, Tenn. 1899, no. 50523. Aug. 
5; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Gordon, Samuel, of London. 

Lesser destinies [a novel] Chi- 
cago. New York [etc.] H. S. Stone &• 
co., 1899. 2 p. ]., 310 pp. 12°. 437 

Copyright bv Herbert S. Stone & co., 
Chicago.' 1899, no. 33188, May 17; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Gould, George M. 

A pocket medical dictionary giving 
the pronunciation and definition of the 
principal words used in medicine and 
the collateral sciences . . . 3d. ed . . . 
rewritten and enlarged . . . Phila- 



167 

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Authors — Continued. 

Gould, George M.— Continued. 

delpkia, P. Blakiston's son & co., 1899. 
781 pp. nar. 16°. 438 

Copyright by P. Blakiston's son & co., 
Philadelphia. ' 1899, no. 59190, Sept. 15 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 
Hare, Hobart Amory. ed. 

See Progressive medicine . . . 1899. 
[Hawkins], Anthony Hope. 

The king's mirror; a novel by An- 
thony Hope [psend.] New York, 
D.Appleton & co., 1899. vi pp., 1 1., 
368 pp. pi. 12 u . 439 

Copyright by A. H. Hawkins, Lon- 
don. 1898, no. 68148, Nov. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 13, 1899. 

[Henry, Mary H.] 

At opening doors. By Howe Ben- 
ning [pseud.] New York, American 
tract soc. [1899] 351 pn. pi. 12°. 

440 
Copyright by American tract soc, 
New York. 1899, no. 58468, Sept. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 26, 1899. 

Hewlett, Maurice. 

Little novels of Italy. New York 
& Loudon, The Macmillan co., 1899. 4 p. 
1., 343 pp. 12°. 441 

Contents. 
Duchess of Nona. p. 137. 
rppolita in the hills, p. 67. 
•Judgment of Borso. p. 254. 
Madonna of the peach tree. p. 1. 
Messer Cino and the live coal. p. 225. 

Copyright by Maurice Hewlett, Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 59374, Sept. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 
Hope, Anthony, pseud. 

See [Hawkins], Anthony Hope. 
Hyde, William De Witt. 

God's education of man. Boston & 
New York, Houghton, Mifflin & co., 
1899. xii pp., 1 1., 252 pp. 12°. 442 

Copyright by William De Witt Hyde, 
Brunswick, Me. 1899, no. 60168, Sept. 
19; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 
Jahn, Carl G. ed. 

Ohio. Circuit court. Reports of cases, 
v. 18. no. 8. 1899. 
Jewett, F[reeborn] G. 

. . . Jewett's manual for election 
officers and voters in the state of New 
York, containing the general election 
law, town meeting law, provisions re- 
lating to school meetings and the pri- 
mary law of 1899 . . . with amend- 
ments to date. (7th ed. 1899) Al- 
bany, N. Y., M. Bender, 1899. xii, 454 
pp. 8°. 413 

Copyright by Matthew Bender. Al- 
bany*. N. V\ 1899, no. 59814, Sept, 18 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

[Kaler], James Otis. 

Sarah Dillard's ride. A story of the 
Carolinas in 1780. By James Otis 
[pseud.] With . . . illustrations by 
J. W. Davis. New York, A. L. Burt 
[1899] vi pp.,1 1., 267 pp. pi. 12°. 
(Young patriot series) 444 

Copyright by A. L. Burt, New York. 
1899, no. 52784, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 20, 1899. 

When Dewey came to Manila; or, 

Among the Filipinos . . . Boston, D. 
Estes & co., 1899. 107 pp. illus. 12°. 
(" Stories of American history" series) 

445 
Copyright by Dana Estes & co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 60557, Sept. 21; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

King, William Harvey. 

My smoking room companions. 
New York, T. Whit taker [1899] 1 p. 
1., 221 pp. pi. 12°. 446 

Copyright by Thomas Whittaker, 
New York. 1899, no. 58462, Sept. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

Kipling, Rudyard. 

Stalky & co. New York, Double - 

day & McClure co., 1899. 7 p.1.,310 
pp. pi. 8°. 447 

Copyright by Rudyard Kipling, 
England. 1899, no. 58925, Sept. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

The writings in prose and verse of 

Rudyard Kipling. [v. 14] New 

York, C. Scribner's sons. 1899. pi. 8°. 

448 
Contents. 
v. 14. The day's work, pt. 2. 
Copyright by Rudyard Kipling, 
England. 1899, no. 60147, Sept. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 19, 1899. 

Kirkes, [William Senhouse] 

Kirkes' handbook of physiology. 
Handbook of physiology by W. M. 
Baker and V.D.Harris . . . revised 
by W.Coleman and C. L. Dana . . . 
(15th American ed.) New York. W. 
Wood & co., 1899 xi pp.. 2 1.. 840 pp. 
illus.pl. 8°. 449 

Copyright by William Wood & oo., 
New York. 1899. no, 58646, Sept. L3; 1 
copy rec'd Sept. 21'. 1899: 1 copy rec'd 
Sept. 23, 1899. 

Krout, Mary II. 

A looker on in London. \e\v York. 
Dodd,Mead A. co.. 1899. vii,352 pp. 
12°. 450 

Copyright by Dodd, Mead & CO., 
New York. L899, no. 59726, Sept. 18 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. L6, 1899. 



168 

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A nth or s— Continued. 

The Laurea; published by the class of 
nineteen hundred [Middlebury college] 
[Middlebury, Vt. ? 1899] illus. obi. 
12°. 451 

Copyright by Guy Bertram Horton, 
North Clarendon, Vt. 1899, no. 60424, 
Sept. 20; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

Longmans' school grammar. 1899. 
See Salmon, David. 

Lounsberry, Lionel. 

Won at West Point; or, An army 
cadet in school and camp. New 

York, Street & Smith [1899] 227 pp. 
12°. (Medal library, no. 21) 452 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 60623, Sept. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Lowrie, Walter. M. A. 

The doctrine of St. John ; an essay 
in Biblical theology. New York, 
London [etc.] Longmans, Green & 
co., 1899. xx, 216 pp. 12°. 453 

Copyright by Longmans, Green, & 
co., New York. '1899, no. 39382, June 15 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Macbride, Thomas H[uston] 

The North American slime moulds; 
being a list of all species of myxomy- 
cetes hitherto described from North 
America, including Central America. 
New York & London, The Macmillan 
co., 1899. xvii, 269 pp. illus. pi. 8°. 

454 
Bibliography, p. xv-xvii. 
Copyright by The Macmillan co., 
New York. 1899, no. 58968, Sept. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 14, 1899. 

McLin, Robert O. 

The trust family. Kansas City, 
Mo., The author, 1899. 167, [1] pp. 
16°. 455 

Copyright by Robert O. McLin, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. '1899, no. 56644, Sept. 5 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Magnay, Sir William 2d hart. 

The heiress of the season. New 
York, D. Appleton & co., 1899. 4 p. 1., 
330 pp. 12°. (Appleton's town and 
country library, no. 273) 456 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 59375, Sept. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 
Mason, A[lfred] E[dward] W[oodley], 
and Lang, Andrew. 

Parson Kelly [a novel] New York, 
Loudon [etc.] Longmans, Green, & co., 
1899. x, 417 pp. pi. 12°. 457 

Copyright by Longmans, Green, & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 15094, Feb. 25; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Maupassant, Guy de. 

Strong as death ; a novel, translated 
by T. E. Comba. Philadelphia, Lon- 
don [etc.] D. Biddle, 1899. 346 pp. 
12°. 458 

Copyright by A. J. Drexel Biddle and 
T. E. Comba, Philadelphia and New 
York. 1899, no. 42057, June 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 

Miller, J [ames] R[ussell] 

Strength and beauty. New York 
& Boston, T. Y. Crowell & co. [1899] 
v, 262 pp. 16°. 459 

Copyright by Thomas Y. Crowell &. 
co., Boston. 1899, no. 59424, Sept. 16 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 

I Mind [a monthly magazine of liberal and 
advanced thought. J. E. McLean, 
editor] v. 4, April-September, 1899. 
New York, The Alliauce pub. co. 
[1899] 8°. 460 

Copyright by Alliance pub. co., New 
York. 1*99, no. 57462, Sept. 8 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

The Minneapolis tribune unrivaled atlas 
of the world . . . Chicago & New 
York, Rand, McNallv & co., 1899. 4 
p. 1., 336 pp. illus. fol. 461 

Copvright bv Rand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 49112, July 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Mitchell, Donald G[rant] 

American lands and letters ; Leather- 
stocking to Poe's " Raven." New 
York, C. Scribner's sons, 1899. xxiv 
pp., 1 1., 412 pp. illus. port. 8°. 

462 
Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 60178, Sept. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 19, 1899. 

Moore, F [rank] Frankfort. 

Well, after all [a novel] New 
York, Dodtl, Mead & co., 1899. 347 pp. 
12°. 463 

Copvright by F. Frankfort Moore, 
Great Britain. 1899, no. 59699, Sept. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

Moss, Oscar Burnham. 

Before the mirror; or, Sex-laws re- 
vealed; embracing plain lessons for 
young and old on health-secrets, gen- 
eral hygiene and the anatomy and 
physiology of organic life. Chicago, 
W. B. Conkey co., 1899. 440 pp. 12°. 

464 

Copvright by Oscar Bnrnham Moss, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 50275, Aug. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 



169 

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Authors — Continued. 

Mueller, Joachim C. 

Idiomata linguae latin*. Easel ... 
Ed. 2, emendata. New York, Hinds 
& Noble, 1899. 12°. 465 | 

Contents. 
Fasc. 1. Idiomata, qua) C. Julio Caesari 
sunt propria. 

Copyright by Joachim C. Mueller, 
U.S. 1899, no. 57708, Sept. 9; 2 copies 
ree'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

Munger, Theodore T[hornton] 

Horace Bushnell, preacher and theo- 
logian. Boston & New York, Hough- 
ton, Mifflin & co., 1899. xiv, 425 pp. 
port. 12°. 466 

Bibliography, p. xi-xiv. 
Copyright bv Theodore T. Munger, 
New York. 1899, no. 60167, Sept. 19; 2 
copies ree'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

Mutzenbergh, Charles G. 

Kentucky's famous feuds and trage- 
dies. Authentic history of the world 
renowned vendettas of the ''dark and 
blood v ground" . . . Hyden, Ky., 
Hyden pub. co., 1899. 183 pp. illus. 
12°. 467 

Copyright bv Charles G. Mutzen- 
bergh, Hvden/ivy. 1897, no. 60957, 
Oct. 28 ; 2*copies ree'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Nancrede, Charles B[yland] 

Essentials of anatomy, including 
the anatomy of the viscera; arranged 
in the form of questions and answers 
prepared especially for students of 
medicine. 6th ed., thoroughly re- 
vised by E. J. Brockway. Philadel- 
phia, W. B. Saunders, 1899. 419 pp. 
illus. 12°. (Saunders' question-com- 
pends. no. 3) 468 

Copyright bv W. B. Saunders, Phila- ' 
delphia. 1899^ no. 53176, Aug. 19; 2 ! 
copies ree'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

New York (State) Supreme court. 

Reports of cases heard and deter- j 
mined in the appellate division ... 
M. T. Hun, reporter. (Official ed.) v. 
38. 1899. Albany, Banks & co., 1899. : 
8°. 469 | 

Copyright by A. Bleecker Banks, 
Albany. 1899, no. 27007, Apr. 18; 2 
copies ree'd July 2 J, 1899. 

New York telephone company. 

Telephone directory of the New York 
telephone company and the New York 
and New Jersey telephone company. ! 
September 1, 1899 . . . New York, 
New York telephone co., 1899. 4°. 

470 

Copyright by New York telephone 
co., New" York. 1899, no. (5018!, Sept. 
19 ; 2 copies ree'd Sept. 19, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Nichols, Ered R[ichardson], and Smith, 
Charles H[enry] 1861- and Turton, 
Charles M[ark] 

Manual of experimental physics for 
secondary schools. Boston, Ginn &. 
co., 1899. xxxi, 324 pp. illus. 12°. 

471 
Bibliography, p. xxix-xxxi. 

Copyright by Ginn & co., Boston. 
1899, no. 57717, Sept. 9; 2 copies ree'd 
Sept. 11, 1899. 
Ohio. Circuit court. 

Reports of cases . . . v. 18. no. 8. 
C. G. Jahn, editor. Columbus, O., 
1899. 4°. 472 

Copyright by Carl G. Jahn, Colum- 
bus, O. 1899, no. 59421, Sept. 16; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Sept. 16, 1899. 
Otis, James pseud. 

See [Kaler], James Otis. 
The Pacific reporter, v. 57 . . . Perma- 
nent ed. May 25-August 10. 1899 . . . 
St. Paul, West pub. co., 1899. 4 C . (Na- 
tional reporter system. State series.) 

473 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 56719, Sept. 5; 2 copies ree'd 
Sept. 22, 1899. 
Park, Roswell ed. 

A treatise on surgery; b}- American 
authors . . . Condensed ed., with re- 
visions .... JNew York & Philadel- 
phia, Lea bros. & co., 1899. 1262 pp. 
illus. pi. 8°. 474 

Copyright by Lea bros. & co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 60561, Sept. 21; 2 
copies ree'd Sept. 21, 1899. 
Pernin, H[elen] M. 

Pernin's universal phonography in 
ten lessons . . . for schools and private 
study . . . 10th ed . . . Detroit, 

Mich., Author, 1899. 1 p. 1., 207 pp. 
12°. 475 

Copyright by H. M. Pernin, Detroit, 
Mich. " 1899, no. 53431, Aug. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Aug. 22, 1899. 
Peterman, Alexander L. 

Elements of civil government: a 
text book for use in public schools, 
high schools and normal schools, and 
a manual of reference for teachers. 
[Tennessee ed.] New York. Cincin- 
nati [etc.] American book co. [1891] 
261 pp. 12°. 
Supplement. The State of Ten- 
nessee. (In his Elements of civil gov- 
ernment . . . [Tennessee ed.] New- 
York. Cincinnati, etc. [1891] 12°. 
p. 225-264) L76 

Copyright by American book co., 
New York. 1899, no. 55311, Aug. 30; 2 
copies ree'd Sept.26, 1899. 



170 

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Authors — Continued. 

Peyser, Mark W [all ace] 

Manual of the physics of physiology. 
Prepared for students of medicine. 
Richmond, H. T. Ezekiel [1899] 119pp. 
8°. 477 

Copyright by Mark W. Peyser, Rich- 
mond/Va. 1899, no. 52513, Aug. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Polk, R. L. & co. 

Polk's Jackson city and county di- 
rectory 1899-1900 . . . [v. 18] De- 
troit, Mich., R. L. Polk & co., 1899. 8°. 

478 
Copyright by R. L. Polk & co., De- 
troit. 1899, no. 59039,- Sept. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Porter, Rose [comjp] 

Men's thoughts for men. Chicago, 
D. C. Cook pub. co. [1899] 130 pp. 
24°. 479 

Copyright by David C. Cook pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 58686, Sept, 13; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Progressive medicine. A quarterly digest 
of advances, discoveries, and improve- 
ments in the medical and surgical sci- 
ences. Edited by H. A. Hare. v. 3. 
September, 1899. Philadelphia & 

New York, Lea bros. & co.. 1899. illus. 
8 C . 480 

Contents. 
Ewart. VT. Diseases of the thorax and its 
viscera, including the heart, lungs and blood- 
vessels, p. 17. 
Norris, R. C. Obstetrics, p. 323. 
Spiller,W. G. Diseases of the nervous sys- 
tem, p. 253. 

Stelwagon, H. "W. Diseases of the skin. 
p. 153. 

Copyright by Lea bros. & co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 59198, Sept. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 

Ribot, Theodule. 

The evolution of general ideas . . . 
authorised translation from the French, 
by Frances A. Welby. Chicago & 

London, The Open court pub. co., 1899. 
xi, 231 pp. 12°. 481 

Copy right by The Open courtpub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 51961, Aug. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Riggs, JTohn] D[avis] S[eaton] 

In iatinum (Caesar) for academies 

and high schools, revised by H. F. 

Scott; based upon "Caesaris De bello 

gallico commentarii i-iv." Chicago, 

Scott, Foresman <fc co., 1899. 153 pp. 

12°. (Inter-collegiate classical series) 

482 
Copyright by Scott, Foresman & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 47026, July 20; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 



A tithors — Continued. 

| Royster, Nicholas. 

Monometallism . . . bi-metallism . . . 
th© two great financial systems of the 
world fully discussed and. made plain. 
Henderson, Ky., Daily journal, 1899. 
24 pp. 12 u . 483 

Copyright by Nicholas Royster, Cairo, 
Ky. 1899, no. 58083, Sept. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 
Saintsbury, George [Edward Bateman] 

Matthew Arnold. New York, Dodd, 
Mead & co., 1899. vi pp., 1 L, 232 pp. 
12°. 484 

Copyright by Dodd, Mead & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 35638, May 29; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 15, 1899. 
Salmon, David. 

Longmans' school grammar. New 
ed., rev. New York, Longmans, 

Green & co., 1899. 1 p. 1., vii, 264 pp. 
12°. 485 

Copyright by Longmans, Green, & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 60527, Sept. 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 21, 1899. 
Schmitz, J [ohn] P. 

Over 3,000 questions on laws of the 
human body or physiology. San 

Francisco, Cal., Author, 1899. 121 pp. 
8°. 486 

Copyright by John Peter Schmitz, 
San Francisco." 1899, no. 58469, Sept. 
12 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 12, 1899. 
Scott, John E. 

Indiana municipal law; the law ap- 
plicable to cities and towns in Indiana ; 
controlling their incorporation, organ- 
ization and government, as contained 
in the constitutional and statutory 
law of the state and federal and state 
court decisions. Indianapolis, The 

Bowen-Merrill co., 1899. li, 1057 pp. 
4°. 487 

Copyright by The Bowen-Merrill co., 
Indianapolis. 1899, no. 52517, Aug. 16 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 
Scott, Sir Walter. 

Ivanhoe; edited for school use by W. 
E. Simonds. Chicago, Scott, Fores- 
man & co., 1899. 2 p. 1., 13-620 pp. 
16 c . (The lake English classics) 488 

Copyright by Scott, Foresman & co.. 
Chicago. 1899. no. 59412, Sept. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 

Marmion ; with an introduction by 

W. V. Moody . . . and a glossary and 
notes by Mary R. YVillard. Chicago, 
Scott, Foresman & co., 1899. 355 pp. 
illus. 16°. (The lake English clas- 
sics) 489 

Copyright by Scott, Foresman & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 54623, Aug. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 



171 

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Authors— Continued. 

Seneca. [Lucius Annaeus] 

Two tragedies of Seneca . . . ren- 
dered into English verse, with an intro- 
duction by Ella 1. Harris. Boston 
& New York. Houghton, Mini in & co., 
1899. xxii, 96 pp. 12°. 490 

Contents. 
Medea. 
The daughters of Troy. 

Copyright by Ella Isabel Harris, 
New Haven, Conn. 1899, no. 60163, 
Sept. 19; 2 copies ree'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

Smith, J[osbua] Ernest. 

The law of private companies relat- 
ing to business corporations organized 
under the general corporation laws of 
the state "of Delaware with notes, 
annotations and corporation forms. 
Philadelphia, T. & J. W. Johnson & 
eo., 1899. xxi, 261 pp. 8°. 491 

Copyright by J. Ernest Smith, Wil- 
mington, Del. " 1899. no. 49867, Aug. 2; 
2 copies ree'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

Speer, William W. 

Advanced arithmetic. Boston, 

Ginn & co., 1899. xx, 261 pp. illus. 
12 : . 492 

Copyright by William W. Speer, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 46783, July 19; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Spencer, Edward W[hiton] 

The elements of commercial law; 
containing a concise and logical expo- 
sition of the rules relating to business 
transactions; a practical text-book for 
use in schools. Indianapolis & Kan- 
sas City, The Bowen-Merrill co., 1899. 

1 p.l.,x. 373 pp. 8°. 493 
Copyright by The Bowen-Merrill co., 

Indianapolis. 1899, no. 52516, Aug. 16; 

2 copies ree'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Staley, Cady, and Pierson, George S. 

The separate system of sewerage, its 
theory and construction. 3d ed.,rev. 
& enl., with a chapter of sewage dis- 
posal. New York, D. Van Nostrand 
co., 1899. 324 pp. illus. pi. maps. 
8°. 494 

Copyright by Geo. S. Pierson, Kala- 
mazoo, Mich. 1899, no. 51695, Aug. 11 ; 
2 copies ree'd Sept. 4, 1899. 

S[tevenson], R[obertJ L[ouis] 

Tenila [being fugitive versos and 
lines now first collected bv Isobel 
Strong] [New York, S. S. McClure 
co.] 1899. vii, [1], 61 pp. 12°. 495 
Copyright by Mrs. Isobel Strong, New 
York. 1899, no. 59376, Sept. 16; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Sept. 16. L899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Stoker, T [horn as] 

The Pundit and other stories. [New 
York Evening j)ost job printing office] 
1899. 57 pp. 8°. ' 496 

Contents. 
The cats-eye ring. p. 39. 
A deuced smart woman, p. 25. 
The Pandit ... p. b. 
A. strange alibi, p. 31. 
A wife in camp. p. 15. 

Copyright by Thomas Stoker, Engle- 
tield Green, England. 1899, no. 50251, 
Aug. 4 ; 2 copies ree'd Aug. 5, 1899. 
Thompson, John G[ilbert] and Thompson, 
Thomas E[dward] 

Eor childhood days; first year. 
New York & Boston, The Morse co.. 
1899. 104 pp. illus. 12°. (New cen- 
tury series) 497 

Copyright by John G. and Thomas 
E. Thompson, Eitchburg, Mass. 1899, 
no. 46581, July 18; 2 copies ree'd Sept. 
19, 1899. 
Thurston, [Mrs.] I. T. 

The captain of the cadets. Boston 
& Chicago, The Pilgrim press [1899] 
314 pp. pi. 12°. " 498 

Copyright by I. T. Thurston, U. S. 
1899, no. 41303, June 24 ; 2 copies ree'd 
Sept. 22, 1899. 
Trine, Ralph Waldo. 

What all the world's a-seeking ; or, 
The vital law of true life, true great- 
ness, power, and happiness. 15th 
thousand. New York & Boston, T. 
Y. Crowell & co. [1899] 224 pp. nar. 
8°. ("The life books") 499 

Copyright by Ralph Waldo Trine, 
Boston. 1899, no. 59741, Sept. 18; 2 
copies ree'd Sept. 18, 1899. 
Vincent, Elizabeth C[arter] 

The Madonna in legend and history 
. . . with an introduction by ... B. 
Vincent. New York, T. Whittaker 
[1899] 104 pp. pi. 8 . 500 

Copyright by Thomas Whittaker, 
New York. 1899, no. 58463. Sept. 12: 2 
copies ree'd Sept. 22, 1899. 
Ward, Montgomery & co. 

Catalogue and buyers' guide; fall 
and winter, 1899-1900! no. 66. [Chi- 
cago, R, R. Donnelley & sons co., 1899] 
illus. 4°. 501 

Copyright by Montgomery Ward A 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 59-JOL'. Sept. 15; 
2 copies ree'd Sept. L5, 1895". 

Weaverson. Brownie Rathbone. 

The Brownie girls . . . Chicago, 
V. Weaverson & co. [1899. 54 pp.] 
illus. pi. sq. 8 . 51 - 

Copyright by Brownie Rathbone 
Weaverson, Chicago. L899, no. 
Sept. 8; 2 copies ree'd Sept. 23, 1899. 



172 

BOOKS (PEOPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 



West-ley, G. Henibert eel. 

For love's sweet sake ; selected poems 
of love in all moods. Boston, Lee & 
Shepard, 1899. xviii, 186 pp. pi. 12°. 

503 
Copyright by Lee & Shepard, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 35244, May 26; 2 copies 
ree'd Sept. 26, 1899. 

Williams, Henry L[Iewellyn] jr. comp. 
The new jollv jester ... Chi- 
cago, T. S. Denison [1899] 127 pp. 12°. 

504 
Copyright by T. S. Denison, Chicago. 
1899, no. 47911, Julv 24; 2 copies ree'd 
Sept. 9, 1899. 

Wise, John Sergeant. 

Diomed; the life, travels, and obser- 
vations of a dog, illustrated by J. L. 



Wise, John Sergeant— Continued. 

Chapman. New York & London, 
The Macmillan co., 1899. vi pp., 1 1., 
330 pp. illus. 12°. 505 

Copyright by The Macmillan co., 
New York. 1899, no. 60173, Sept. 19; 2 
copies ree'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

Woods, Francis M. 

The xxth century arithmetic ; arith- 
metical computations and business 
calculations by modern methods . . . 
Chicago, Educational association, 1899. 
254 pp. pi. 8°. 506 

Copyright by Francis M. Woods, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 36546, June 2; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 8, 1899. 



I. BOOKS (2) MISCELLANEOUS. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Adjectives. Exact meaning and correct 

use. 56. 238 

Copyright by National educational 

co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62353, Aug. 14; 

2 copies ree'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Advanced algebra. 240 A. Instruction 

paper. 1st ed., pt. 1. 239 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa." 1899, no. 44289, July 8; 

2 copies ree'd Aug. 15, 1899. 

American (The) bankers' association 

standard form fidelity bond. 240 

Copyright by American bankers' 

ass'n, New York. 1899, no. 51811, Aug. 

12 ; 2 copies ree'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

American statesmen. Walter Neale 
(ed.) 241 

Copyright by Neale co., Washington, 
P. C. 1899, no. 62723, Sept. 27; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Ainrhein (The) chemical company, incor- 
porated, nw. cor. 10th and Chestnut 
sts., Philadelphia, v. 1. 242 

Copyright by Amrhein chemical co., 
New York. 1899, no. 44022, July 7; 2 
copies ree'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Arbor-day (An) tree. 72. 243 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62369, Aug. 14; 
2 copies ree'd Aug. 12, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Around the year. 50. 244 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62347, Aug. 14; 
2 copies ree'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Art (The) of window dressing. ' 245 

Copyright by Norwich nickel and 

brass co., Norwich, Conn. 1899, no. 

60860, Sept. 22 ; 2 copies ree'd Aug. 19, 

1899. 

At play in the barn. 3. 246 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. * 1899, no. 62300, Aug. 14; 
2 copies ree'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Autumn. 26. 247 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. ' 1899, no. 62323, Aug. 14; 
2 copies ree'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Autumn fiowers. (Continued.) 27. 248 
Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62324, Aug. 14; 
2 copies ree'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Awakening life. 24. 249 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. *1899, no. 62321, Aug. 14; 
2 copies ree'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Baby (The). 4. 250 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62301, Aug. 14; 
•i copies ree'd Aug. 12, 1899. 



173 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 






Titles — Continued. 

Bair (J. F.) Lines to the boys of the 10th 
regiment, Pennsylvania volunteer in- 
fantry, and the rise and fall of Spain's 
power in America. 251 

Copyright by Jobn Franklin Bair, 
Sbelbvville, 111. 1899, no. 50762, Aug. 7 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Bankers' maturity guide and holiday cal- 
endar. 252 
Copyright by Sperry & Morgan, 
Hartford, Conn. 1899, no. 53042, Aug. 
18 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Banks (C.T.) The "Vericheck" system 

of checking aud loading freight. 253 

Copyright by Chas. T. Banks, Cedar 

Rapid's, Iowa. " 1899, no. 52536, Aug. 16 ; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Bible (The) study union lessons. Gospel 
stories, v. 9, no. 9. Lessons 36-39. 
Child's monthly. 254 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 50380, Aug. 4; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Primary monthly. 255 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 50384, Aug. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

(or Blakeslee) lessons. Christ bless- 
ing little children. Lesson 36. v. 9, 
no. 36. 256 

Jesus in Jericho. Lesson 38. v. 9, 

no. 38. 257 

Review of lessons 27-38. Lesson 39. 

v. 9, no. 39. 258 

The rich young ruler. Lesson 37. 

v. 9, no. 37. 259 

Copyright bv Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 1899, nos. 50385, 50382, 50386, 
50381, Aug. 4; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 
15, 1899. 

Birds. 43, 44. 260, 261 

Copyright by National educational 

co., Chicago. '1899, nos. 62340, 62341, 

Aug. 14; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 12, 

1899. 

Blacksmith (The) shop. 19. 262 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62316, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Blue (The) and gray. 71. 263 

Copyright bv National educational 
co.. Chicago. 1899, no. 62368, Aug. 11 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Bowen (J. C.) A plea for liberty ; being 
an open letter to president Lorenzo 
Snow and members of the church ol' 
Jesus Christ of latter-day saints. 264 
Copyright by James Charles Bow on, 
Salt Lake City. 1899, no. 52016, Aug. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Cats. 15. 265 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62312, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Chapter (A) on the artificial propagation 

of the brook trout. 266 

Copyright by John W. Titcomb, St. 

Johnsbury, Vt. 1899, no. 63206, Sept. 

29; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Christmas. 12. 267 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62309, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Christmas cheer. 36. 268 

Copyright bv National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62333, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Christmas in Germany. 38. 269 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62335, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Chronological chart of the life of Christ. 

270 
Copyright by W. A. Wilde & co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 62081, Sept. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Cinderella. 30. 271 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62327, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Columbus. 55. 272 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62352, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Condensed 200-year reference calendar. 

273 
Copyright by Joseph E. Finn, Rox- 
bury, Mass. 1899, no. 40766, J une 22 ; 2 
copies rec'd June 22, 1899. 

Conjunctions and interjections. 63. 274 
Copyright bv National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899. no. 02360. Aug. 14 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Cook (A.N.) & co., hatters and furriers 
(catalogue). 275 

Copyright by A.N.Cook A co., Bos- 
ton. 1899,no. 63148, Sept. 29: 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Daffodils and tulips. (Awakening life.) 

49. 276 

Copyright bv National educational 

co.. Chicago. 1899, no. 62316. Aug. 14 j 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 12. 1899. 



174 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Dammond (W. H.) Factoring rational, 

integral quantities. 277 

Copyright by Wm, H. Dammond, 

Waco, Tex. 1899, no. 49313, July 31; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 



Ihe emplovnient of salaried 

278 



Dean (G. A 
help. 

Copyright by Geo. A. Dean, Austin, 
111. 1899, no. 52006, Aug. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 



Declaration of Independence. 70. 279 
Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62367. Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Dewey (The) triumphal arch, New York. 

Sept. 30, 1899. 280 

Copyright by Chas. H. Caffin, Mama- 

roneck, N. Y. 1899, no. 62417, Sept, 26 ; 

2 copies rec'd Sept. 26, 1899. 

Diamond Dick, jr. no. 149. 281 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 50827, Aug. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Direct currents. 236. Question paper. 

1st ed. 282 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 1899, no. 43247, July 3; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Does this concern you? 283 

Copyright by John R. Williams, 
Stockton, Cal. 1899, no. 32351, May 13 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug 15, 1899. 

Dogs. 1C. 284 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62313, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Down the river, from forest to mill. (The 

preposition.) 60. 285 

Copyright by National educational 

co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62357, Aug. 14 ; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Electric mine locomotive for underground 

haulage. ° 286 

Copyright by Baldwin locomotive 

works and Westinghouse electric aud 

mfg. co., Philadelphia and Pittsburg 

9, no. 52358, Aug. 15; 2 copies rec'd 



!38. Question paper. 



Electrostatics. 

1st ed. Z87 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co 
Scranton, Pa, 1899, no" 43248, July 3; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 



Titles — C on tinned . 



Essential apparatus. 239. Instruction 

paper. 1st ed. 288 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 1899, no. 42896, July 1; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Question paper. 1st ed. 289 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 1899, no. 13245, July 3; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Fables about cats and dogs. 17. 290 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62314, Aug. 14: 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Farm-yard (A). 18. 291 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62315, Aug. 14 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 



Fischer (H.W.) 
stitious. 



Even royalty is super- 
292 

Copyright by Henry W. Fischer, 
New York. 1899, no. 34729, May 23; 2 
copies rec'd May 23, 1899. 

Formula of medications curative for lost 
manhood. 293 

Copyright by Eugene Genoud, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 50376, Aug. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Four friends of the children. 22. 294 
Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899. no. 62319, Aug. 14 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Franklin. 66. " 295 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62363, Aug! 14 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Fruit. A true story. 6. 296 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62303, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Fruit (The) of the field. 28. 297 

(continued). 29. 298 

Copyright by National educational 
1899. uos. 62325, 62326, 



co., Chicago. 



Aug. 14; 2 copies each lec'd Aug. 12i 
1899. ° ' 

Fruit (ripened seed case). 32. 299 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62329, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Gathering apples. 7. 300 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62304, Aug. 14 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12. 1899. 



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BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 






Titles — Continued. 

Germination. 48. 301 

Copyright bv National educational 
co. , Chicago. "T899, no. 62345, Aug. 14 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Girometta (J.) Rules and directions for 
playing the game of "arm and ham- 
mer." 302 
Copyright bv Joseph Girometta, New 
Haven, Conn. * 1899, no. 35078, May 25; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Goodridge (Grace). Scissors and paste. 

303 
Copyright by A. Flanagan, Chicago. 
1899, no. 41077, June 23;"l copy rec'd 
June 23; 1 copy rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Happy days by river and ocean. 53. 304 
Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62350, Aug. 14 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Harvest of cotton. 305 

Copyright bv National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62330, Aug. 14 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Harvest of grain. 31. 306 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62328, Aug. 14 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Harvest of nuts. 8. 307 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62305, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Harvest of tea. 34. 308 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62331, Aug. 14 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Important (An) discovery for farmers. 

309 

Copyright by Red Cross hygienic co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 50755, Aug. 7; 1 

copy rec'd Aug. 7 ; 1 copy rec'd Aug. 16, 

1899. 

Improved and perfect system of the 
Western mutual life association, Chi- 
cago. 310 
Copyright by Western mutual life 
ass'n, Chicago. 1899, no. 51670, Aug. 11 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Indian (An) home. 10. 311 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62307, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Investment (An). 312 

Copyright by Tontine surety co., 
Detroit. 1899, no. 63156, Sept/ 29; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Island (An) home. 45. 313 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62342, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Kiger (James S.) Services of song and 
response for Sunday schools of the 
Methodist Episcopal church. 314 

Copyright by Eaton & Mains, New 
York. 1899, no. 46191, July 15 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 



Knuckle chart. 



315 



Copyright by Sargent co., Chicago. 
1899, no. 62064, Sept. 22; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 22, 1899. 

Ladies' supply co. catalogue for fall and 

winter, 1899-1900. 316 

Copyright by Lola Bush, Chicago. 

1899, no. 61930, Sept. 25; 2 copies rec'd 

Sept. 25, 1899. 

Lancaster (The) acetylene gas generators. 

317 
Copyright by James H. Lancaster co., 
New York. 1899, no. 62704, Sept. 27; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Letter-writing. 69. 318 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62366, Aug. 14 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Lights (The) of the world. 11. 319 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62308, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Longfellow. 40. 320 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62337, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Lowell, Emerson, Holmes, and Bryant. 

64. 321 

Copyright by National educational 

co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62361, Aug. 14 ; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

McCourtney's harmonic chart for pianos 

and organs. 322 

Copyright bv W. McCourtney and 

R. C. Lyle, New' York. 1899. no. U896, 

June 27; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Magnetism and electro-magnetism. 237. 

Instruction paper. 1st ed. 323 

Copyright bv Colliery engineer eo., 

Scranton, Pa. ' 1899. no. 42894, July 1: 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Question paper. 1st ed. 237. 324 

Copyright bv Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton. Pa. ' 1899. no. 13246, July 3: 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 17. 1899. 



176 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Manufacturer's (The) lexicon of informa- 
tion. 325 
Copyright by D. G. Puterbaugh, 
Eureka, 111. 1899, no. 49400, July 31 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Merrill's spelling blank. Vertical script. 

326 
Copyright by Maynard, Merrill & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 53036, Aug. 
18; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Minnehaha. 57. 327 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62354, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Modes of travel, past and present. 68. 

328 
Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62365, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Motor design. 222. Instruction paper. 
1st ed. (Continuous current.) 329 

Question paper. 1st ed. (Continu- 
ous current.) 330 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 1899, nos. 43654, 43617, 
July 5; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 16, 
1899. 

Mountain (The) and the brook. 51. 331 
Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62348, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Nature's patterns. Geometrical forms. 

59. 332 

Copyright by National educational 

co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62356, Aug. 14; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 
Nebraska clothing co., Kansas City, Mo. 

[Catalogue.] v. 19. Fall and winter, 

1899-1900. 333 
Omaha. Nebr. [Catalogue.] v. 19. 

Fall and winter, 1899-1900. 334 

Copyright by Nebraska clothing co., 

Kansas City, * Mo. 1899, nos. 53448, 

53447, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 

21, 1899. 
Nick Carter weekly, no. 138. 335 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 

York. 1899, no. 49404, July 31 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 
Noble (The) knight. 42. 336 

Copyright by National educational 

co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62339, Aug. 14 ; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 
Nunn (P. J.) The building of a rite. 

The story of tbe landmarks. 337 

Copyright by Richard Joseph Nunn, 

Savannah, Ga. 1899, no. 52739, Aug. 17 ; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Old (The) brown homestead. 20. 338 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62317, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Palm (The) letter co. Illustrated sample 
book and price list of Palm's patent 
transfer letters. 339 

Copyright by Palm letter co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 52529, Aug. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Picnic in the barn. 2. 340 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62299, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Pilgrim homes. 9. 341 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62306, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Pluck and luck. no. 63. 342 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, no. 51021, Aug. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Plural forms. 54. 343 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62351, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Possessives. 61. 344 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62358, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Prices of real estate trust stocks in Bos- 
ton, and information concerning them. 
Aug. 15, 1899. 345 

Copyright by George Burroughs and 
George L. De Blois, Boston. 1899, no. 
52021, Aug. 14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 17, 
1899. 

Primary language series, for use in pri- 
mary and intermediate grades. 37. 

346 
Copvright bv National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62334, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Principles, parables, and poems. 347 

Copyright by K. S. Guthrie, Philadel- 
phia. 1899, no. 63204, Sept. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Proverbs. 67. 348 

Copvright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899. no. 62364, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Quotations from Lowell, Emerson, 

Holmes, and Bryant. 65. 349 

Copyright by National educational 

co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62362, Aug 14; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 12. 1899. 



177 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Baihvay heads. Instruction paper. Cot- 
ton yarn preparation. Ft. 7, 1st ed. 

350 

Copyright by Christopher Parkinson 

Brooks, New Bedford, Mass. 1899, no. 

46355, July 17; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 16, 

1899. 

Rainy (A) day. 23. 351 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62320, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Beliable newspaper literature, sheet no. 
3. 352 

Copyright by E.J. Buchanan, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 1899, no. 62709, Sept. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Eip Van Winkle. 62. 353 

Copyright by National educational 
co.. Chicago. 1899, no. 62359, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Eitual of the Knights of Brotherhood. 

354 
Copyright by Cooperative brother- 
hood, Burlev, YYash. 1899, no. 53043, 
Aug. 18 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Eobinson Crusoe. 35. 355 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62332, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec*d Aug. 12, 1899. 

Bunvon (E.W.) Fall and winter cata- 
logue, 1899-1900. 356 
Copyright by E. Walter Eunyon, 
Sidney, Iowa. 1899, no. 45119, July 11 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

St. John (T. M.) Fun with soap-bubbles, 
including book and complete outfit for 
fancy bubbles and films. 357 

Copyright by Thomas M. St. John, 
New York. 1899, no. 51203, Aug. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Scientific laundering. 358 

Copyright by Wilber E. Farrington 
& co., Boston. 1 1899. no. 63155, Sept. 
29; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Second (The) "Book of Acts." 359 

Copyright by K. S. Guthrie, Phila- 
delphia. 1899," no. 63203, Sept. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Secret service, no. 30. 360 

Copyright by Frank Tousev, New 
New York. 1899, no. 51017, Aug. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Sentence (The) and the noun. 52. 361 
Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62349, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

7483— Vol. 21, No. 3 2 



Titles — Continued. 

Snow. Winter sports. 13. 362 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62310, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Spring. 21,25. 363,364 

Copyright by National educational 

co., Chicago. 1899, nos. 62318, 62322, 

Aug. 14; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 12, 

1899. 

Steam and steam boilers. 45. Instruc- 
tion paper. 3d ed. 365 

Question paper. 3d ed. 366 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 1899, nos. 50061, 50060, 
Aug. 3 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 21, 
1899. 



Steam engines. 46. 

3d ed. 
Question paper. 



Instruction paper. 

367 

3d ed. 368 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. * 1899, nos. 50058, 50059, 
Aug. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 18. 
1899. 

Stout (O. H.) Stories of the past. 369 
Copyright by Oliver H. Stout, West- 
port, Ind. 1899, no. 52998, Aug. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Aug, 18, 1899. 

Summers (L. L.) Power booklet. A 
handbook of convenient rules and 
their application to hoisting, pumping, 
air compressing and electrical distri- 
bution, together with power charges 
and cost of electrical supplies. 370 

Copyright by Leland L. Summers, 
Denver. 1899, no. 49578, Aug. 1 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 15, 1899. 

Telectroscope (The). 371 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 
York. 1899,uo. 63251, Sept. 29: 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Terra cottafireproofing. Advance sheets. 

no. 4. 3 i 2 

Copyright by Central fireproofing 

co., New York/ 1899. no. 42065, Juno 

28; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 17. 1899. 

Time of B. &A. K. E. trains from Brook- 
line to Boston and Boston to Brookline. 

373 
Copyright bv A. B. Chevalier, Welles- 
ley, Mass. L899, no. 62729, Sept. 27: 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 27, L899. 

Newton Highlands to Boston and 

Boston to Newton Highlands. 374 

Copyrightby A. B. Chevalier, Wcllcs- 
ley, Mass'. L899, no. 62939, Sept. 28: 2 
copies reo'd Sept. 28, L899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Tip top weekly, no. 175. 375 

Copyright bv Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 49405, July 31 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Treatise (A) on the normal loss on credit 

sales, with appending tables. 376 

Copyright by Mutual mercantile 

agency, New York. 1899, no. 53436, 

Aug. 21; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Tropical (A) and an arctic home. 14. 

377 
Copyright bv National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62311, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

True (A) story. The flower and the bee. 
5. 7 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62302, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Two steamships. Past and present. 

(The adverb.) 58. 379 

Copyright by National educational 

co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62355, Aug. 14; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Universal secret writing (Chart of). 380 
Copyright by Geffrion & Belanger, 
Montreal, Canada. 1899, no. 42615, 
June 30; 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1899. 

Washington and Lincoln. 41. 381 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62338, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Water animals. 46. 382 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62343, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Whittier. 39. 383 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62336, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Windy (A) day. 47. 384 

Copyright by National educational 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62344, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 



Work and win. no. 37. 



385 



Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, no. 51036, Aug. 8 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 



I BOOEiS— (3) NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZBNE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors, see erid of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Abdul Hamid befriends Milan. 317 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52827, Aug. 17 ; 2 corues 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 
American firm is favored. 318 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53112, Aug. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 
American wins Spanish prizes. 319 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53557, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 
Antwerp honors Vandyck. 320 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52586, Aug. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 
Appeal to Deschanel. 321 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53548, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 
Arrest filibusters in Cuba. 322 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53247, Aug. 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Battle at Angeles. 323 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 53235, Aug. 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 
Battle at Baliuag. 324 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52831, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 
Be loyal to the government. 325 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53559, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 
Believes the battle is won. 326 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53533, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 
Bell on finance. 327 

Copyright by Chas. C. Bell, Boon- 
ville, Mo. 1898, no. 47190, Aug. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 19, 1898. 
Best methods of cutting meat. 328 

Copyright by J. W. Hailman, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 59237, Aug. 21 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Big profit in cacao. 329 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899. no. 52582, Aug. 16; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Boers are hemmed in. 330 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53521, Aug. 21; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Boers in a ferment. 331 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53102, Aug. 18 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Bonesteel (Mary G.) The story of an old 
house. 332 

Copyright by Benziger bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 62890, Sept. 28; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 28, 18^9. 

Bookkeeping rules and examples. 333 
Copyright by J. W. Hailman, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 59239, Aug. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Breeders' (The) directory. 334 

Copyright by J. W. Hailman, Kansas 
City. Mo. 1899, no. 59234, Aug. 21 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Brinkman (A. B.) The common-sense 
treatment without the use of medicine. 

335 
Copyright by Edward Hall, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 39579, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1898. 

Bulgarian ministers resign. 336 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53530, Aug. 21; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Butter making. 337 

Copyright by J. W. Hailman, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 59228, Aug. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Camp (W. M.) Notes on track. 120. 

Policing. 338 

Copyright by W. M. Camp, Chicago. 

1899, no. 52581, Aug. 16; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 21, 1899. 

Campos gains strength. 339 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1S99, no. 52819, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Capt. Parker's sharp fight. 340 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52590, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 
Celebrate emperor's birthday. 341 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53527, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Chicago (The) record's home study circle ; 
directed by Prof. Seymour Eaton, no. 
187, Aug. 7, 1899. Vacation studies for 
young naturalists. (2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 8. 1899.) 342 

no. 188, Aug. 8, 1899. Historic cities 

of Europe. (2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. ) 

343 

no. 189, Aug. 9, 1899. Popular lec- 
tures in physical science. (2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899.) 344 

no. 190, Aug. 10, 1899. Three cen- 
turies of French literature. (2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 11,1899.) 345 

no. 191, Aug. 11, 1899. Three cen- 
turies of French literature (continued). 
(2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. ) 346 

no. 192, Aug. 12, 1899. Royal women 

of European history. (2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 14, 1899.) 347 

no. 193, Aug. 14, 1899. Vacation 

studies for young naturalists. (2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 15, 1899. ) 348 

no. 194, Aug. 15, 1899. Historic cities 

of Europe. (2 copies rec'd Aug. 16, 
1899.) 349 

no. 195, Aug. 16, 1899. Popular lec- 
tures in physical science. (2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899.) 350 

no. 196, Aug. 17, 1899. Three cen- 
turies of French literature. (2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 18, 1899.) 351 

no. 197, Aug. 18, 1899. Three cen- 
turies of French literature (continued). 
(2 copies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899.) 352 

no. 198, Aug. 19, 1899. Royal women 

of European history. (2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 21, 1899.) 353 

Copyright by Seymour Eaton, Lans- 
downe, Pa, 1899, nos. 38237-38248, June 
9; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 8 to Aug. 
21,1899. 

Conspiracy is upset. 354 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52583, Aiii>-. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Coolidge (H. L.) A letter to the little 
children. 355 

Copyright by Harriett Lincoln Cool- 
idge, Washington, D. C. 1899. no. 43692, 
July 5; 2 copies rec'd Aug. IS. 1899. 

Cordial toward United States. 356 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899,no. 52591, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Crawford (C. PA Potomac ; a pre-Adamio 
legend. 357 

Copyright by Charles P. Craw 
Milledgeville, Ga. L899, no. 13615, July 
5; 1 copy rec'd Aug. 11. L899; I 
rec'd Aui.v. 17, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued- 
Crisis is less acute. 358 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899. no. 53555. Aug. 21 : 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Currency of Peru. 359 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899. no? 53100, Aug. 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Dairying. 360 

Copyright by J. AY. Haiiman, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 59229, Aug. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Danish dramatist is dead. 361 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 53558, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Deed of a hired ruffian. 362 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 52821, Aug. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 



Defends Bismarck's memory. 363 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52823, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Depends on Kriiger. 361 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.' 52818, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Dewey delays a trip. 365 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.'53116. Aug. 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Dewey feels better. 366 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.' 53546, Aug. 21 ; 2 conies 
rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Dewey is at Leghorn. 367 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52584, Aug. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Directions for playing the game of red, 
white, and blue. 368 

Copyright by R. T. Wallace, Gaines- 
ville, PJa. 1899, no. 34868, May 24; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Domestic animals, 369 

Copyright by J. W. Haiiman, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 59226, Aug. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Dreyfus a mere pretext. 370 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53535, Aug. 21; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Dreyfus good as free. 371 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53109, Aug. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd. Aug. 17, 1899. 

Duggan (Janie P.) Passion and pa- 
tience. [11th installment] 372 
Copyright by American Baptist pub. 
society, Philadelphia, 1899, no. 49943, 
Aug. 2 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Failure of Nile to overflow. 373 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 53243, Aug. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd. Aug. 18, 1899. 

Favored by Belgian deputies. 374 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. "1899, no. 53244, Aug. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Feeding cattle. 375 

Copyright by J. W. Haiiman, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 59227, Aug. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

! Field (Eugene). A tiny letter. 376 

Copyright by Monroe H. Rosenfeld, 
Brooklyn. 1899, no. 49398, July 31; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 15, 1899. 

Fielding (Howard). On the six o'clock 

express. 377 

Copyright by C. YV. Hooke, U. S. 

1899, no. 53541, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 21, 1899. 

: Fond of foreigners. 378 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52815, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 



For German trade in Africa. 



379 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 53111, Aug. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Garden (The). 380 

Copyright by J. W. Haiiman, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 59225, Aug. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Gen. Pio Del Pilar is wounded. 381 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53554, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Geographers meet in October. 382 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53551, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Give hope to Dreyfus' friends. 383 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 18y9, no! 53553, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Given new courage. 384 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53547, Aug. 21; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Gives his blood for justice. 385 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 52820, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Glasgow's picture gallery. 386 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53526, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Government presents budget. 387 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no'. 53246, Aug. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Gratified by Kaiser's speech. 388 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52593, Aug. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Gnerin defies police. 389 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53101, Aug. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Guerin may quietly surrender. 390 

Cox>vright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 53249, Aug. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Hanchett (F. P.) Public opinion. 391 
Copyright by Fred Pardee Hanchett, 
Pardeeville, Wis. 1899, no. 34015, May 
20; 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1899. 

Havana free of yellow fever. 392 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52825, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Higginson (E.) The dove-colored door. 

393 
Copyright by Mrs. Ella Higginson, 
New Whatcomb, Wash. 1899, no. 51903, 
Aug. 12 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Hog (The). 394 

Copyright bv J. W. Hailman, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 59231, Aug. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Hope to avert war. 395 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53230. A ug< 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Horse (The). 3\m 

Copyright by J. W. Hailman. Kansas 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 59230, Aug. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Household remedies. 397 

Copyright by j. W. Hailman, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 59235, Aug. 21 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Howard Gould at St. Petersburg. 398 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 



cago. 1899, no. 53242, Au< 
rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 



19; 2 copies 



Hungarians assault troops. 399 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52588, Aug. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

India threatened by famine. 400 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53113, Aug. 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Instructive laws for farmers. 401 

Copyright by J. W. Hailman, Kansas 
Cityf Mo. 1899, no. 59224, Aug. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Italy to act alone. 402 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no.' 52828, Aug. 17 : 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Jews talk of colonization. 403 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52824, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Justice may yet prevail. 101 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53248, Aug. 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Kaiser feels hurt. 405 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53520, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Keeps the court interested. 406 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. ' 1899. no. 53536, Aug. 21 ; 2 copiea 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

King Leopold shows interest. 407 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899. no.* 53110, Aug. IS: 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17. 1899. 

Kipling (R.) The king. 408 

Copyright bv Rudyard Kipling, Rot- 

fcingdean, England. 1899. no. 63094, 

Sept. 29; 2 copies reo'd Sept. 29. L899, 

Labori may appear in court. 109 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, UO.5310S, Aug. L8j 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17. 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Lebon's sorry plight. 410 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53238, Aug. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Letter of Milan's is published. 411 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 53552, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Libbey (Laura Jean). How men write 
letters when the tender' passion thrills 
them. 412 

Copyright bv Press pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no.' 52404, Aug. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Livingston (F.) A born detective. 413 
Copyright by Francis Livingston, 
U. S. 1899, no. 53539, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Lux's holiday cuts. no. 1. 414 

Copyright by Francis A. Lux, Boston. 
1899, no. 62883, Sept. 28 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 28, 1899. 

Mercier may imitate Henry. 415 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53240, Aug. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Mercier's shaky testimony. 416 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no? 52595, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Moore (J. T.) Birds and other people. 

[In the Horse review.] 417 

Copyright by John Moore, Columbia, 

Tenn. 1899, no. 43221, July 3; 2 copies 

rec'd, in parts, July 3 to Aug. 17, 1899. 

Must change the constitution. 418 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53104, Aug. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

No designs on northern China. 419 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53245, Aug. 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 

ampfer. no. 300. 420 

Copyright by German press and plate 

co., Cleveland, Ohio. 1899, no. 62431, 

Sept. 26; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 26, 1899. 

O'Malley (Sallie Margaret). Young Paul 
Hoppe\ 421 

Copyright by Benziger bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 62892, Sept. 28 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept, 28, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Ottolengni (Rodrigues). Ignis Fatuus. 

422 
Copyright by Rodrigues Ottolengni, 
New York. 1898, no. 77255, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 13, 1899. 

Peace revives Lima. 423 

Copvright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53098, Aug. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Peasantry opposing Milan. 424 

Copvright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no? 52592, Aug. 16; 2 conies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Peck (G. W.) Peck's Uncle Ike and the 
red-headed boy. [Peck's sun, Aug. 19, 
1899.] 425 

Copyright by Geo. W. Peck, Milwau- 
kee. 1899, no. 53450, Aug. 21; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Peru will be represented. 426 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 52830, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Pizarro's aged fame. 427 

Copvright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no! 53099, Aug. 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Politics in Peru. 428 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53097, Aug. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Poultry as a source of profit. 429 

Copvright by J. W. Hailman, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 59233, Aug. 21 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Press attacks the petition. 430 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 52589, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Railway company registered. 431 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899. no"! 53550, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Ready reckoner table. 432 

Copvright by J. W. Hailman, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 59238, Aug. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Recall of Butler important. 433 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53115, Aug. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Rejects canal bill. 434 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 53545, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Sadlier (Anna T.) The mysterious door- 
way. 435 
Copyright by Benziger bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 52704, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Sager dies of yellow fever. 436 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53523, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Sarcastic attack on Gomez. 437 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53100, Aug. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Scenery of Ecuador. 438 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52816, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Seems a parody on justice. 439 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53106, Aug. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Servian radicals are alarmed. 440 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53556, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Sheep (The) ; their ills and how to care 

for them. 441 

Copyright by J. W. Hailman, Kansas 

City, Mo. 1899, no. 59232, Aug. 21 ; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Ships do not stop at Lisbon. 442 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53525, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Spain anxious over the plague. 443 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 53528, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Special Berlin cable letter. Berlin, Sept. 

16. 444 

Copyright by Associated press, New 

York. ' 1899, no. 62558, Sept. 19; 2 copies 

rec'd Sept. 19, 1899. 

Sept. 23, 1899. 445 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 62447, Sept. 26 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 26, 1899. 

Special London cable letter. London, 

Sept. 23, 1899. 446 

Copyright by Associated press, New 

York. 1899, no. 62446, Sept. 26 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Sept. 26, 1899. 

for Saturday afternoon papers. 1 47 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 62116, Sept. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Stories of the streets and of the town. 

448 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52596, Aug. 16 : 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Sultan is a brother. 449 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52585, Aug. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Talmage (Rev. T. De Witt). Heroes of 
the navy. 450 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 
York. 1899, no. 62128, Sept. 25; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 



The hornet's mission. 



451 



Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 
York. 1899, no. 62944, Sept. 28; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Tells of intrigues. 452 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53522, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

They criticise the emperor. 453 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53241, Aug. 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

To attend Wagneriau festival. 454 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52826, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

To buy supplies in Hongkong. 455 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53239, Aug. 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

To inspect Bulgarian army. 456 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.' 53105, Aug. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 



Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas 
star, Aug. 12, 1899.) 

Copyright by Kansas City star 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899. no. 52414, 

15; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 15, 1899. 

Aug. 14, 1899. 

Copyright by Kansas City star 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 52802, 

17; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 1.'. 1899. 

Aug. 15, 1899. 

Copyright by Kansas City star 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899. no. 53089, 

18; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Aug. 16, 1899. 

Copyright by Kansas City star 
Kansas City, Mo. L899, no. 53088, 
18; 2 copies rec'd A.ug. 19, L899. 



Citv 
457 

CO., 



458 



469 

CO., 

uic. 



160 

CO., 

Aug. 



184 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City 
star. Aug. 17, 1899.) 461 

Aug. 18, 1899. 462 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. ' 1899, nos. 53516, 
53517, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 
21, 1899. 

Tragedy at Rennes. 463 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52817, Aug. 17: 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Trigg (J. S. ) Farm, orchard, and garden. 

(1,2.) 464,465 

Copyright by J. S. Trigg, U. S. 1899, 

nos. 53543. 53514. Aug. 21 ; 2 copies each 

rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Uncle Sam's coffee fields. 466 

Copyright by Frank G. Carpenter, 
Washington. 1899, no. 43900. July 6; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 15, 1899. 



Valuable inforniati 



467 



Copyright by J. W. Hailman, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 59236, Aug. 21; 2 
coines rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Valuable relics unearthed. 468 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53107, Aug. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Vandyck exhibition is opened. 469 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52829. Aug. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Wants a British protectorate. 470 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53532, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Watching the filibusters. 471 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53531. Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Welsh (C.) Their only joy. 472 

Copyright by Charles Welsh, U. S. 
1899, no. 53540, Aug. 21: 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 21, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Wetherell (C.) The Jobbernowls polish 

off" the North Pole. 473 

Copyright by Caroline Wetherell, 

U.S. ■'I899.no. 53542, Aug. 21; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Will ask the Queen's sanction. 474 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no" 53524. Aug. 21; 2copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Will force Mercier to retreat. 475 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 52594, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Will keep out of war. 476 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52587, Aug. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Will not hurt Dreyfus case. 477 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 52822, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 16. 1899. 

Will try to starve Guerin. 478 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53534, Aug. 21 : 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Women as Ziouists. 479 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 53237. Aug. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

Would give islands to Germany. 480 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899. no" 53114, Aug. 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Zionist congress adjourns. 481 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53529, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Zionists disagree on bank. 482 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53549, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Zionists in session. 483 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no' 53117. Aug. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 



185 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Aria : the musician's daughter. By 
Theodore Krerner. 18 

Copyright by Edward C. White. New 
York. 1899, no. 52361, Aug-. 15 ; 2 type- 
written copies rec'd Aug. 15, 1899. 

Fatal (The) diamond. By Eugene H. 
Eosenkranz. 19 

Copyright by Eugene H. Posen- 
kranz, Newark; N.J. 1899, no. 50771, 
Aug. 7: 2 typewritten copies rec'd Aug. 
17,1899. 

Lost (The) paradise: emotional melo- 
drama, in 5 acts, adapted from the 
German by Lorin Jasper Howard. 20 
Copyright by Howard & Doyle, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 48035, Aug. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Trip (A) to Coontown. 21 

Copyright by Cole & Johnson, New 
York. 1899, no. 62711, Sept. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

When love shall conquer death ; or, 

Everybody square. 22 

Copyright by Lizzie A. Nichols, 

Lynn, Mass. 1899, no. 8048, Jan. 25; 2 

typewritten copies rec'd Jan. 25, 1899. 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 






Titles. 

Abendblatt der New-Yorker staats-zei- 
tung. Oct. 9, 1899. 447 

Oct. 10, 1899. 448 

Oct. 11, 1899. 449 

Oct. 12, 1899. 450 

Oct. 13, 1899. 451 

Oct. 14, 1899. 452 

Copyright by New-Yorker staats- 
zeituug, "New York. 1899, nos. 1790- 
1795. Jan. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 10 
to 16, 1899. 

Advance reports, supplemental to Legal 
intelligencer. Sept. 22, 1899. 453 

Copyright by W. W. Greist, secretary 
of the commonwealth for the state of 
Pennsylvania. 1899, no. 61029. Sept. 22 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

Advertising experience. Oct., 1899. 454 
Copyright by Irying G. McColl, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 43720, July 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

American agriculturist, v. 64, no. 16. 

Oct. 14. 1899. L55 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., New 

York. 1899, no. 702, Jan. 3; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 12, 1899. 

merican architect and building news. 
v. 66, no. 1244. Oct. 7, 1899. 456 

Copyright by American architect and 
building news co., Boston. 1899. no. 
3859, Jan. 9; 2 copies rec'd Oct, 9, L899. 



A 



Titles — Continued. 

American farmer magazine, v. 6. Sept., 
1899. no. 3. 457 

Copyright by The Lindauer pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 3783, Jan. 9; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct, 9, 1899. 

American florist, v. 15, no. 592. Oct. 7. 

1899. 458 

Copyright by American florist co.. 

Chicago. 1899, no. 58122, Sept. 11: 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

American gynaecological and obstetrical 
journal, v. 15. Oct., 1899. no. 4. 459 

Copyrightby J. D. Emmet. New York. 

1899, no. 2767, Jan. 5 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 

10, 1899. 

American society of civil engineers. 

Sept., 1899. v. 25, no. 7. 460 

Copyright by American society of 
civil engineers, New York. 1899, no. 
61038. Sept. 22; 2 oopies rec'd Sept. 27. 
1899. 
Annals of surgery. Oct., 1899. v. 30, 
no. 4. 161 

Copyright by J, B. Lippincotl oo., 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 62403, Sept. 26: 

2 copies rec'd Oct, 5, 1899. 

Atlantic reporter, v. 41. no. 5. Sept.27, 

1899. 163 

Copyright by West pub. oo., St. Paul, 
Minn.' 1899. no. 62131, Sept. 25 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 2. L899. 



186 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Automobile. Oct., 1899. v. 1, no. 2. 463 
Copyright bv E. L. Powers co., New 
York/ 1899, no. 50870, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 12, 1899. 

Ave Maria. Oct. 14, 1899. v. 49, no. 16. 

464 
Copyright by Daniel E. Hudson, 
Notre Dame, Ind. 1899, no. 58828, Sept. 
13 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 13, 1899. 

Baptist union, v. 9, no. 38. Sept. 23, 

1899. 465 

Copyright by Baptist young people's 

union of America, Chicago. 1899, no. 

39261, Juno 14 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 23, 
1899. 

v. 9, no. 39. Sept. 30, 1899. 466 

Copyright by Baptist young people's 
union of America, Chicago. 1899, no. 

39262, June 14; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 30, 
1899. 

v. 9, no. 40. Oct. 7, 1899. 467 

Copyright by Baptist young people's | 
union of America, Chicago. J 899, no. | 

39263, June 14 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 7, j 
1899. 

Book-lover. Autumn, 1899. 468 

Copyright by W. E. Price, San Fran- 
cisco. 1899, no. 61998, Sept. 25 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Bradstreet's. v. 27, no. 1110. Oct. 7, j 
1899. 469 

Copyright by Bradstreet co., New | 
York. 1899, no. 2665, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

v. 27, no. 1111. Oct. 14, 1899. 470 

Copyright by Bradstreet co., New 

York. 1899, no. 2666, Jan. 5; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 

Brooklyn life. Oct. 14, 1899. v. 20, no. 

502. 471 

Copyright by Brooklyn life pub. co., 

Brooklyn. 1899, no. 22356, Mar. 28; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 

Brush and pencil, v. 5, no. 1. Oct, 1899. 

472 

Copyright by Arts and crafts pub. 

co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62141, Sept. 25; 

2 copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Catholic news. v. 13, no. 50. Oct. 11, 

1899. 473 

Copyright by Catholic news pub. co.. 

New York. 1898, no. 74506, Dec. 20; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 13, 1899. 

(New York edition.) v. 13, no. 50. 

Oct. 7, 1899. 474 

Copyright by Catholic news pub. co.. 
New York. 1898, no. 74557, Dec. 20: 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Chautauquan. Oct., 1899. v. 30, no. 1. 

475 
Copyright by Chautauqua press, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 1899, no. 56845, Sept. 
5; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Chicago dry goods reporter. Oct. 7, 1899. 

v. 29, no. 40. 476 

Copyright by Dry goods reporter co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 52148, Aug. 14; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Christian endeavor world, v. 14, no. 2. 

Oct. 12, 1899. 477 

Copyright by Golden rule co., Boston. 

1899, no. 860, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 

13, 1899. 

Christian herald, v. 22, no. 41. Oct. 11, 

1899. 478 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 

York. 1898, no. 75014, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 10, 1899. 

Collier's weeklv. Aug. 26, 1899. v. 23, 

no. 21. 479 

Copyright by Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 1899, no. 25714, Apr. 12; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 14, 181)9. 

Commercial and financial chronicle, v. 

69, no. 1789. Oct. 7, 1899. 480 

Copyright by William B. Dana co., 

New York. 1899, no. 42100, June 28; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

v. 69, no. 1790. Oct. 14, 1899. 481 

Copyright by William B. Dana co., 
New York. 1899, no. 42101, June 28; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 

Quotation supplement. Oct. 7, 1899. 

482 
Copyright by William B. Dana co., 
New York. 1899, no. 42116, June 28; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 29, 1899. 

State and city supplement. Oct. 14, 

1899. 483 

Copyright by William B. Dana co., 
New York. 1899, no. 42123, June 28; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 

Conkey's home journal, v. 6, no. 1. Oct. 
1, 1899. 484 

Copyright by W. B. Conkey co., Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 61618, Sept. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Cycling gazette and motor vehicle re- 
view! v. 8, no. 20. Oct. 12, 1899. 485 
Copyright by Emil Grossman & bro., 
Cleveland. 1899, no. 41640, June 26; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 



187 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Dry goods economist, no. 2881. Oct. 7, 

1899. 486 

Copyright bv Textile publishing co., 

New York. 1899, no. 42210, June 28; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Economist, v. 22, no. 15. Oct. 7, 1899. 

487 
Copyright bv Economist pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899^ no. 62144, Sept. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Educational foundations, v. 11, no. 2. 

Oct., 1899. 488 

Copyright bv E. L. Kellogg & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 15967, Feb. 28; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 

Electrical review. Oct. 11, 1899. v. 35, 

no. 15. 489 

Copyright by Electrical review pub. 

co., New York. 1899, no. 44803, July 10 ; 

2 copies rec'd Oct. 13, 1899. 

Engineering record, building record, and 
the sanitary engineer. Oct. 14, 1899. 
v. 40, no. 20. 490 

Copyright by Engineering record, 
New York. 1898, no. 71226, Dec. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 

Examiner, v. 77, no. 41. Oct. 12, 1899. 

491 
Copyright bv Examiner co., New 
York. 1899, no*. 2614, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 12, 1899. 

Fame. Oct., 1899. v. 8, no. 10. 492 

Copyright by Artemas Ward, New 
York. 1898, no. 74789, Dec. 21; 2 cop- ! 
ies rec'd Oct. 10, 1899. 

Farm and home. Eastern ed. Oct. 1, \ 
1899. v. 20, no. 392. 493 j 

Copyright bv Phelps pub. co., 
Springfield, Mass. 1898, no. 76458, Dec. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Western ed. Oct. 15, 1899. v. 20, 

no. 393. 494 

Copyright by Phelps pub. co., 
Springfield, Mass. 1898, no. 76483, Dec. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 

Federal reporter, v. 96, no. 2. Sept. 26, 
1899. 495 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn.' 1899, no. 62132, Sept. 25; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Great round world. Sept. 21, 1899. v. 3, 

no. 38. 496 

Copyright by The Great round world 

co., New York. 1899. no. 57091, Sept. 6 ; 

2 copies reed Oct. 10, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Harlequin. Oct. 11, 1899. v. 1, no. 16. 

497 
Copyright by Joseph Mark Leveque, 
New Orleans. 1899. no. 55991, Aug. 31 ; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 13, 1899. 

Harper's bazar, v. 32, no. 41. 498 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 60868, Sept. 22; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 13, 1899. 

Harper's weekly, v. 43, no. 2234. 499 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 60891, Sept. 22; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 12, 1899. 



Home and farm. 

1899. 



v.25, no. 20. Oct. 15, 
500 

Copyright by Home and farm pub. 
co., Louisville, Ky. 1899, no. 596, Jan. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 

Horseman, v. 19, no. 41. Oct. 10, 1899. 

501 
Copyright by Chicago horseman 
newspaper co., Chicago. 1899, no. 2810, 
Jan. 5; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 13, 1899. 

Illustrated Buffalo express. Sunday, Oct. 

8, 1899. 502 

Copyright by Geo. E. Matthews & 

co., Buffalo. 1899, no. 3056, Jan. 6; 2 

cojries rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Illustrated police news. Oct. 14, 1899. 
v. 66, no. 1721. 503 

Copyright by Alden publishing co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 45497, July 12 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 13, 1899. 

Jeweler's circular. Oct. 11, 1899. v. 39, 

no. 11. 504 

Copyright by Jeweler's circular 

pub. co., New York. 1899, no. 56473. 

Sept. 2; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 12, 1899. 

Journal of nervous and mental disease. 

Oct., 1899. v. 26, no. 10. 505 

Copyright by Charles Henry Brown, 

New York. 1899, no. 49955, Aug. 2; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 13, 1899. 

Journal of the American medical assoc. 

Oct. 7, 1899. v. 33, no. 15. 506 

Copyright by American medical 

assoc, Chicago. ' 1899, no. 56512, Sept. 

2; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Judge. Oct. 14, 1899. v. 37. no. 939. 507 
Copyright by Judge co., New York. 
1899. no. 55515, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies reo'd 
Oct, 9. 1899. 

Judge's quarterly, no. 31, Oct., L899, 

Copyright by Arkell pub. oo., Now 

York. ' 1899. no. 26266, Apr. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Oot.9, 1899. 



188 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Laud of suuskine. v. 11, no. 4. Sept., 

1899. 509 

Copyright by Land of sunshine pub. 

co., Los Angeles, Cal. 1899, no. 45331, 

July 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 10, 1899. 

v. 11, no. 5. Oct., 1899. 510 

Copyright bv Land of sunshine pub. 
eo., Los Angeles, Cal. 1899. no. 45332, 
July 11; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 12, 1899. 

League director. Nov.. 1899. v. 5, no. 11. 

511 
Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 
New York. 1898, no. 71707, Dec. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

League leaflets. Nov., 1899. v. 14, no. 11. 

512 
Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 
New York. 1898, no. 71719, Dec. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 11, 1899. 



Leslie's weekly. 
2301. 



Oct. 14, 1899. 



v. 89, no. 
513 



Copyright by Judge co., New York. 
1899, no. 55529,' Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Oct. 14, 1899. 

Life. Oct. 12, 1899. v. 34, no. 881. 514 
Copyright by Life pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no 22039, Mar. 27 : 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 10, 1899. 

Literary life. Oct. 7, 1899. v. 1, no. 6. 

515 
Copyright by Montgomery pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 62768, Sept, 27; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 

Marine engineering, v. 4, no. 4. Oct., 

1899. 516 

Copyright by Aldrich & Donaldson, 

New York. 1899, no. 41889. June 27; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Medical news. v. 75, no. 16. Oct. 14, 

1899. 517 

Copyright by Lea bros. & co., New 

York. 1899, no. 2746, Jan. 5; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 

Men and matters. Sept., 1899. 518 

Copyright by Mary Evans, New Or- 
leans. 1899, no. 50431, Aug. 4 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 13, 1899. 

Messenger of the sacred heart of Jesus. 

Nov., 1899. v. 34, no. 11. 519 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 

New York. 1898, no. 71731, Dec. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 13, 1899. 

Messenger supplement. Nov., 1899. v. 

3, no. 11. 520 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 

New York. 1898. no. 71743, Dec. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 12, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Monthly quotation record. Oct., 1899. 

3d year, no. 31. 521 

Copyright by C. Montgomery Benton, 

New York. 1899. no. 5467, Jan. 13; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Morse and Rogers' money saver. Sept., 

1899. v. 6, no. 9. 522 

Copyright by Morse *fc Rogers, New 

York. 1898, no. 75705, Dec. 24; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 10, 1899. 

Motor vehicle review. Oct. 10, 1899. v. 

1, no. 6. 523 

Copyright by Emil Grossman & bro., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 1899, no. 57529, Sept. 

8; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 

Muixson & Wright monthly blotter, v. 

7, no. 10. OcfT, 1899. 524 

Copyright by Muirson & Wright, 

San Jose, Cal. 1899, no. 45324, July 11 ; 

2 copies rec'd Oct. 10, 1899. 

Musical age. Oct. 5, 1899. v. 27, no. 9. 

525 
Copyright by Harry Edward Freund, 
New York. LS99, no. 50084, Aug. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

National engineer, v. 3, no. 10. Oct. 1. 
1899. 526 

Copyright by James T. Edwards, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 3796, Jan. 9; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 

National provisioner. Oct. 7, 1899. v. 21, 

no. 14. 527 

Copyright by Joseph H. Senner, New 

York. " 1899, no. 54563, Aug. 26 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

New crusade, v. 10, no. 2. Oct., 1899. 

528 
Copyright bv Wood-Allen pub. co., 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 1889, no. 24112, Apr. 



5; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 10, 1899. 



New York herald. 

Oct, 9, 1899. 

Oct. 10, 1899. 

Oct. 11. 1899. 

Oct. 12', 1899. 

Oct, 13, 1899. 

Oct. 14, 1899. 



Oct. 8, 1899. 



529 
530 
531 
532 
533 
534 
535 



Copyright bv James G. Bennett, New 
York. 1899, nos. 60683-60689, Sept. 21 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Oct. 9 to 14, 1899. 

New York hints, v. 1, no. 2 6c 3. June 

and July, 1*99. 536 

Copyright by W.L. Hatch, New York. 

1899, no. 40540, June 20; 2 copies rec'd 

July 6, 1899. 



189 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

New York journal and advertiser. Oct. 

1.1899. ' 537 

— - Oct. 2, 1899. 538 

Oct. 3, 1899. 539 

Oct. 4, 1899. 540 

Oct. 5, 1899. 541 

Oct. 6, 1899. 542 

Oct. 7. 1899. 543 

Oct, 8, 1899. 544 

Oct. 9. 1899. 545 

Oct. 10. 1899. 546 

Oct. 11, 1899. 547 

Oct. 12, 1899. 548 

Oct. 13, 1899. 549 

Oct. 14, 1899. 550 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser, New York. 1899, nos. 

63261-63274, Sept. 29; 2 copies each 

rec'd Oct. 2 to 14, 1899. 
New York state granger. Oct. 11, 1899. 

v. l,no. 9. 551 

Copyright bv Grange pub. co., Avon, 

N.Y. "1899, no. 59296, Sept. 15; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 12, 1899. 
New York supplement, v. 59, no. 10. 

Sept. 28, 1899. 552 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 

Minn. 1899, no. 62133, Sept, 25; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 
New York times. Sunday, Oct. 



Titles— Continued. 



v. 54, 



13, 



Northeastern reporter 

Sept. 29, 1899. 572 

Copvright bv West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn/ 1899. no. 62134, Sept. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 

Northwestern reporter, v. 79, no. 19. 

Sept. 30, 1899. 573 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 

1899, no. 62136. Sept. 25; 2 copies rec'd 

Oct. 5, 1899. 

Orange Judd farmer, v. 27, no. 16. Oct. 

14, 1899. 574 

Copvright by Orange Judd co.. New 

York.' 1899, no. 650, Jan. 3; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct, 11, 1899. 

J Organ. Sept., 1899. v. 10, no. 59. 575 
Copyright bv George Molineux, New 
York. 1899, no. 51941, Aug. 12 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

: Outlook. Oct. 14, 1899. v. 63, no. 7. 576 
Copyright by Outlook co., New York. 
1899, no. 7085, Jan. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
Oct. 13, 1899. 

Sunday, Oct, 8. 



1899. 
553 
554 
555 
556 
557 
558 
559 



Monday, Oct. 9, 1899. 

Tuesday, Oct. 10, 1899. 

Wednesday, Oct. 11, 1899. 

Thursday, Oct. 12, 1899. 

Friday. Oct. 13, 1899. 

Saturday, Oct. 14, 1899. 

Copvright by New York times co., 
New York. 1899, nos. 58862-58868, 
Sept. 13; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 9 to 
16, 1899. 
New Yorker staats-zeitung. v. 65. Mon- 
day, Oct, 9, 1899. 560 

Tuesday, Oct. 10, 1899. 561 

Wednesday, Oct. 11, 1899. 562 I 

Thursday, Oct. 12, 1899. 563 ! 

Friday, Oct. 13, 1899. 564 

Saturday, Oct. 14, 1899. 565 : 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- | 
zeitnng, New York. 1899, nos. 1480- 
1485. Jan. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 9 
to 14, 1899. 
North ainerican. Oct. 9, 1899. 566 ! 

Oct. 10, 1899. 567 

Oct. 11. 1899. 568 

Oct. 12, 1899. 569 I 

Oct. 13, 1899. 570 

Oct. 14, 1899. 571 

Copvright by North ainerican co., 
Philadelphia, "l899, nos. 45298-45303, 
July 11; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 9 to 
14,1899. 



Philadelphia inquirer. 
1899. v. 141, no. 100. 
Monday, Oct. 9, 1899. 



Oi i 

141.no. 101, 
578 

Tuesday, Oct. 10, 1899. v. 141, no. 102. 

579 
Wednesday, Oct. 11, 1899. v, 141, no. 

103. 580 
Thursday, Oct. 12, 1899. v. 141, no. 

104. 581 
Friday, Oct. 13, 1899. v. 141. no. 105. 

582 

Saturday, Oct. 14, 1899. v. 141. no. 

106. 583 

Copyright bv Philadelphia inquirer 
co., Philadelphia, 1899, nos. 59012- 
59618, Aug. 28; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 
9 to 14, 1899. 
Phonographic magazine. Oct., 1899. v. 
13, no. 10. 584 

Copyright by Phonographic institute 
co., Cincinnati. I8f)9, no. 5305. Jan. 12 : 
2 copies rec'd Oct, 9. 1899. 
Photography. Oct., 1899. v. 1, no. 5 585 
Copyright by R. W. A. Simmons, 
Pittsburg, Fa. 1899,no. 18968, July28; 
2 copies rec'd Oct, 13. 1899. 
Popular educator, vol. 17. no. 2. Oct., 
1899. 586 

Copyright bv Eduoational pub. co., 
Boston. 1899,' no. 58713. Sept. L3j 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 9. 1899. 
Puck. no. 1178. 587 

Copyright by Kepplei & Schwar«- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 62452, Sept. 
26; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 27. L899. 



190 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Rand-McNallv bankers' monthly, v. 18, 
no. 4. Oct., 1899. 588 

Copyright bv Rand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 9329, Jan. 30 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

St. Louis republic. Oct, 8, 1899. 589 

Copyright by Publishers, Geo. Knapp 
& co., St. Louis. 1899, no. 46895, July 
19; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 10, 1889. 

Sunday magazine. Oct. 8, 1899. 590 

Copyright by Publishers. Geo. Knapp 
& co.f St. Louis. 1899, no. 46896, July 
19; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 10, 1899. 

Saturday evening post. Oct. 7, 1899. v. 
172, no. 15. 591 

Copyright by Curtis pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 62772, Sept. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Oct. 14, 1899. v. 172, no. 16. 592 

Copyright by Curtis pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 62773, Sept. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 

School journal, v. 59, no. 13. Oct. 7, 

1899. 593 

Copyright by E. L. Kellogg & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 15937, Feb. 28; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 10, 1899. 

Scientific American. Oct. 14, 1899. 594 
Copyright by Munn &. co.. New York. 
1899, no. 440, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 
13, 1899. 

Supplement. Oct. 14, 1899. 595 

Copyright by Munn & co., New York. 
1899, no. 5C3, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 
13, 1899. 

Sonntagsblatt der New Yorker staats- 
zeitung. v. 51, no. 41. Oct. 8, 1899. 

596 
Copyright by New Yorker staats-zei- 
tung'New York. 1899. no. 1900, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Street & Smith's New York weekly, v. 
54. no. 52. Oct. 14, 1899. ' 597 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 62129, Sept. 25; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Success, v. 2, no. 57. Oct. 14, 1899. 598 
Copyright by Success co., New York. 
1898, no. 76061, Dec. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Oct. 12, 1899. 

Sun. v. 67. Sunday, Oct. 8, 1899. 599 

Monday, Oct. 9,"l899. 600 

Tuesday, Oct. 10, 1899. 601 

Wednesday. Oct, 11, 1899. 602 

Thursday, Oct. 12. 1899. 603 

Friday, Oct. 13, 1899. 604 



Titles — Continued. 

Sun. v.67. Saturday, Oct. 14, 1899. 605 
Copyright by Sun printing and pub. 

ass'n, New York. 1899, nos. 1155-1161, 

Jan. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 9 to 14, 

1899. 
Sunday-school world. Nov., 1899. v. 39, 

no. 11. New series. 606 

Copyright by American Sunday- 
school union, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 

72016, Dec. 10; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 12, 

1899. 
Svenska Amerikanska posten. Lop. no. 

762. Oct. 10, 1899. 607 

Copyright by Swan J. Turnblad, Min- 
neapolis. 1899, no. 808, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct, 13, 1899. 
Town topics, v. 42, no. 15. Oct. 12, 

1899. 608 

Copyright by Town topics pub. co., 

New York. 1899, no. 4015, Jan. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 12, 1899. 
Travelers' official railway guide for the 

United States, Canada, and Mexico. 

Oct. 1899, no. 5. 609 

Copyright by Nat. railway publica- 
tion co., New York. ' 1899, no. 4711, Jan. 

11; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 11, 1899. 
Travelers' ready-reference guide. Oct., 

1899. 610 

Copyright by Knickerbocker guide 

co., New York. 1899, no. 4533, Jan. 10; 

2 copies rec'd Oct. 11, 1899. 
Verdict. Oct. 16, 1899. v. 2, no. 18. 611 
Copyright bv Verdict publishing co., 

New York. 1899, no. 52617, Aug. 16; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 11, 1899. 
Werner's magazine, v. 24, no. 2. Oct., 

1899. 612 

Copyright by Edgar S. Werner, New 

York. 1899, no. 39232, June 14; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 
Western electrician, v. 25, no. 16. Oct. 

14, 1899. 613 

Copyright by Electrician pub. co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 328, Jan. 3; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct, 14, 1899. 
Wochenblatt der New-Yorker staats- 

zeituug. Oct, 14, 1899. 614 

Copyright by New-Y^orker staats- 

zeitung, New Y r ork. 1899, no. 1953, Jan. 

3; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 12, 1899. 
Young people's weekly, v. 13, no. 42. 

Oct. 15, 1899. 615 

Copyright by David C. Cook pub. co., 

Elgin, 111. 1899, no. 3179, Jan. 6; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct, 9, 1899. 



Youth's companion, 
no. 41. 



Oct, 12, 1899. v 



73, 
616 



Copyright by Perry Mason & co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no'. 8474, Jan. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 11, 1899. 



191 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND 

LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 



COL- 



(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Adagio. For organ, by Walter Decker. 

522 
Copyright by George Molineux, New 
York. ' 1899, no. 51950, Aug. 12; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Adelina. Gavotte for piano, by Ferdi- 
nand Berndt : op. 11. 523 
Copyright by K. Dehnhoff, New York. 
1899, no. 54461, Aug. 26; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 26, 1899. 

Adelphi march. For piano, by D. Hart- 

niann. 524 

Copyright by W. A. Evans, Boston. 

1899, no. 53900, Aug. 23; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 23, 1899. 

Ah! chelamorte. Iltrovatore. Arranged 
lor piano by Michael Watson. Eevised 
and fingered by Max Rolle. 525 

Copyright by K. Dehnhoff, New York. 
1899, no. 54567, Aug. 26 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 26, 1899. 

Album leaf. Tone piece for piano, by 
Julius Zellner: op. 35, no. 10. Revised 
and lingered by W. S. B. Mathews. 

526 
Cooyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 53728, Aug. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 

All aboard for sleepy-land. Words and 

music by Geo. W. Gage. 527 

Copyright by Bowen & co., Chicago. 

1899,no.l5724, Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 21, 1899. 

All alone. Words and music by John 

Queen. 528 

Copyright by Feist & Frankenthaler, 

New York. 1899, no. 11909, Feb. 10; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

All the way long it is Jesus. E. C. Avis ; 

E. E. Nickerson. 529 

Copyright by Evangelical pub. co., 

Chicago. 1899^ no. 52635, Aug. 16; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Alone. Verlassen. Morceau for piano, 
by William Cooper: op. 53. Eevised 
and lingered by Thos. a' Becket. 530 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 53725, Aug. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 

American (The) boys in blue. March Tor 

piano, by Paul Flautz. 531 

Copyright by Paul Flautz, McKees- 

port, Pa. 1899, no. 51001, Aug. 24; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Andante, from " Orpheus," by Gluck. 
Adapted for the organ by Francis J. 
Barrett. 532 

Copyright by George Molineux, New 
York. 1899, no. 51943, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Andante in D. For organ, by Frank C. 
Harrington. 533 

Copyright by George Molineux, New 
York. 1899, no. 51948, Aug. 12; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Anita habanera, no. 2. Guira dance. For 

orchestra. 534 

Copyright by C. G. Conn co., New 

York. 1899, no. 53814, Aug. 23 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

As old Wisconsin scenes come back to me. 
Words by E. H. Brooks; music by 
Arthur Wells. 535 

Copyright by Thompson music co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 52853, Aug. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

At sunrise. Idylle for piano, by J. W. 

Bratton. 536 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 54343, Aug. 25; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Auf dem schaukelpferd. (On the rock- 
ing-horse.) Aus kindersceneu. Melo- 
dische klavierstucke, von Arnold Krug ; 
op. 88, no. 7. London, Augener tfc co. 

537 
Copyright by Augener & co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no/53932, Aug. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Auf der eisenbahn. (In the train."' Aus 
kindersceneu. Melodische klavier- 
stucke, von Arnold Krug: op. 88, no. 9. 
Loudon, Augener &, co. 538 

• Copyright by Augener & CO., Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 53931, Aug. 24 ; 2 i 
rec'd Aug. 24. 1899. 

Awake the harp, from "The creation," 
by Haydn; arranged for ore 
R. Gruenwald. 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 54086, Aug. 24; 2 - 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Battle of the waves. March and two- 
step for 2 mandolins, guitar, and piano, 
by John T. Hall. 

Copyright by John T. Hall n 
pub. co.. New York. L899, 

Aug. 29: 2 copies rec'd Aug. 25, v 



192 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Because you love me. Song, with piano 
accompaniment, for soprano or tenor, in 
D flat. Words by E. M. D. ; music by | 
Max Hirschfeld. * 541 j 

For alto or baritone, in B flat. 542 j 

Copyright by Sherman, Clay & co., 
San Francisco. 1899, nos! 53464, 53465, 
Aug. 21; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 21, j 
1899. 

Belle (La) Francoise. Impromptu polka 
pour piano, par Charles Bohm : op. 327, 
no. 78. Berlin, X. Simrock. 543 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1899, no. 53163. "Aug. 19; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 19, 1899. 

Belle of Havana. 'Waltzes for piano, by ! 
Chas. L. Johnson. 544 \ 

Copyright by J. W. Jenkins's sons 
music co., Kansas City. 1899, no. 54468, < 
Aug. 26; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

Benedictus, qui venit and Agnus Dei, no. 
2. From the service no. 1, in E flat ; set 
to music by John Slainer. London, 

Novello & co., ltd. 545 

From the service no. 2, in A and D. 

546 
Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, nos. 53630, 53631, Aug. 22 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Berceuse. Cradle song for piano, by Jean 
Stirling. 547 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 53893, Aug. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

For mandolin and piano, by Benj. 

F. Knell. 548 

Copyright by Stewart & Bauer, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 54092, Aug. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Beside the manger. First tune. From 
the Arundel hymns, chosen and edited 
by Heury, Duke of Norfolk, and Charles 
T. Gattv. Pt. 2. London, Boosey & 
co. 549 

Second tune. 550 

Copyright by Boosey & co., London, j 
1899, nos. 50002, 50003, Aug. 3; 2 copies 
each rec'd Aug. 3, 1899. 

Blue (The) bird and cuckoo. Polka ca- 
price for piano, by Geo. H. Riegel- 
mann. 551 

Copyright by Geo. H. Willig & co., 
Baltimore. 1899, no. 54091, Aug. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Boat (The) ride. Barcarolle for piano, 
by Fr. Litterscheid: op. 26. Revised 
and fingered by Thos. Williams. 552 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 53892, Aug. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Boheme (La). Opera deo G. Puccini. 
2 &me transcription pour violin et piano 
par J. Danbe. 553 

3 6me transcription pour piano. 554 

Copyright bvG. Ricordi&c, Milano, 
Italy. 1899, nos. 53761, 53760, Aug. 23; 
2 copies each rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Book (The) of gold. Waltz, for piano, 
by L. Streabbog: op. 182, no. 1. Re- 
vised and fingered by Max Rolle. 555 
Copyright bv K. Dehnhoff, New 
York. 1899, no. 54570, Aug. 26 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

Break forth into joy. Anthem for Christ- 
mas, by Wm. Arms Fisher. 556 
Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 54079, Aug. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Bring unto the Lord, O ye mighty. Har- 
vest anthem. Words arranged and 
written by Henry Knight; music by 
Ferris Tozer. 557 

Copyright bv Patey and Willis, Lon- 
don. 1899, no.' 54625, Aug. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

Brises (Les) d"Hawa'i. Valse, pour piano, 
par Mme. Antonia de Gaste. Paris, 
A. Quinzard et cie. 558 

Copyright by A. Quinzard et cie., 
Paris. 1899, no. 54132, Aug. 25; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Brownies' (The) parade. Patrol, for man- 
dolins and guitar, by Paul Eno. 559 
Copyright by Stewart &, Bauer, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 54093, Aug. 24 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Cabman's (The) last trip. Descriptive 

song, by Brenneu and Story. 560 

Copyright by Buckeye music pub. 

co.. Cincinnati. 1899, no. 52187, Aug. 

14 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 



Cake- walkers (The). 
Howard Johnston. 



For piano, by J. 
561 



Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 52194, Aug. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Carnival march. For piano, by Ferdinand 

BerDdt: op. 15. 562 

Copyright by K. Dehnhoff, New 

York. 1899, no. 54463, Aug. 26; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

Carnival of the Brownies. Piano solo, 

by John C. Walling: op. 6. 563 

Copyright by W. A. Evans, Boston. 

1899, no. 53902, Aug. 23; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 23, 1899. 



193 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Carol, carol, Christians. Processional 
anthem, by Edith Rowena Noyes. 564 
Copyright bv Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899,no.'54081, Aug. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Cavalleria rusticana. Intermezzo for 
piano, by P. Mascagni. Revised and 
lingered by Max Rolle. 565 

Copyright by K. Dehnhoff, New York. 
1899, no. 54569, Aug. 26; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug, 26, 1899. 

Cendrillon. Conte de fees mis en mu- 
sique par J. Massenet. Deuxieine 
bouquet de melodies pour piano, par J. 
A. Anschiitz. Paris, Heugel et cie. 

566 
Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 54131, Aug. 25; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 25, 1899. 

Chink-waltz. For piano, by Lilla Price. 

567 
Copyright by W. A. Evans, Boston. 
1899, no. 43911, July 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 23, 1899. 

Christmas peace. Tone piece for piano, 
by Fr. Zierau. Revised and lingered 
by Thos. a'Becket. 568 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 53888, Aug. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Church choir chant book. A set of 
chants adapted to the " Book of 
Psalms. " Edited by Sir John Stainer 
and L. S. Tuckwell. Chant no. 23, 
venite. 569 

Chant no. 34, psalm 27. 570 

Chant no. 74, psalm 58. 571 

Chant no. 121, psalm 93. 572 

Chant no. 158, psalm 119, verses 9- 

16. 573 

Chant no. 208, venite 30th day. 574 

Chant no. 221 (appendix). 575 

Chant no. 224 (appendix). 576 

Chant no. 263 (appendix). 577 

Chant no. 265 (appendix). 578 

Chant no. 266 (appendix). 579 

Chant no. 267 (appendix). 580 

Chant no. 268 (appendix). 581 

Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, nos. 53632-53644, Aug. 
22 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Come, Jesus, redeemer. Words by Ray 
Palmer. Adapted to the melody of 
" A dream," by J. C. Bartlett. 582 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 54087, Aug. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

7483— Vol. 21, No. 3 3 



Titles — Continued. 

Come unto me. Music by Chas. H. 
Gabriel. 583 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 54077, Aug. 24; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Come, ye thankful people, come. Thanks- 
giving anthem, by F. H. Brackett. 584 
Copvright by B. F.Wood music co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 54339, Aug. 25 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Congratulations. Waltz for piano, by W. 
Popp: op. 263, no. 1. Revised and fin- 
gered by Thos. Williams. 585 
Copvright bv Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 53889, Aug. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Coro delle mousme e romanza d'Iris, atto 
1. Musica diPietro Mascagni. Trans- 
crizioue libera per pianoforte, di Sigis- 
mondo Cesi. Milano, G. Ricordi & 
co. 586 

Copyright by G. Ricordi & co., Mi- 
lano. 1899, no. 53758, Aug. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Cow-boy's (The) dream. Words by Tom 
Flowers; music by Pratt Louise Mul- 
key. 587 

Copyright by Mrs. Abe Mulkey, Texas. 
1899, no. 27753, Apr. 22; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 10, 1899. 

Dancing in the moonlight. Schottische 

for piano, by G. L. Lowell. 588 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 37841, June 7; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Dans les jasmins. Valselentepour piano. 

par A. de Trabadelo. 589 

Copyright by A. de Trabadelo, Paris. 

1899, no. 61918, Aug. 25; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 26, 1899. 

Danzaguira, "pensandoenti. r Forband. 

by Luis G. Rocha. 590 

Copyright by C. G. Conn co.. Now 

York. 1899, no. 53815. Aug. 23 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Darling Daisy Bell. Words and music 

by M. A. Knight, 591 

Copvright by AY. A. Evans. Boston. 

1899, no. 53901, Aug. 23; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 23, 1899. 

Dawn waltzes. For piano, by George 
Herrmann. 

Copyright bv Chas. B. Ward music 
pub. co., New York. L899, no. 50310, 
Aug. 4; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 13. L899, 



194 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Dear little golden-hair. Words by An- 
thony E. Brett; music by Eille Nor- 
wood. London, E. Ascherberg & co. 

593 
Copyright bv E. Ascherberg & co., 
London. 1899," no. 53626, Aug. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 

Deux morceaux pour piano, par Gaston 
Borch: op. 56, no. 1. E16gie. Lon- 
don, Augener & co. 594 

no. 2. firotique. 595 

no. 1. filegie pour deux violous, 

viola, violoncelle et basse. 596 

Copyright by Augener & co., Lon- 
don, England. 1899, nos. 53937, 53936, 
53935, Aug. 24 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 
24, 1899. 

Deux pieces de salon. Pour le pianoforte, 
par Louis H. Meyer: op. 152, no. 1. 
Titania. Scene de ballet. 597 

no. 2. La foret. Forest reveries. 

598 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, nos. 53274, 53275, Aug. 19 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Different kinds of girls. Written by Nat 
Clifford; composed by Fred Eplett. 

599 
Copyright by Frank Dean & co., 
London. 1899, no. 54135, Aug. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Doan you tread on my toes, coon. Words 
by John B. Shepp; music by H. L. j 
Kann. 600 

Copyright by John B. Shepp music I 
co., Philadelphia, 1899, no. 54000, Aug. ' 
24 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Don't ask me to forget. For band, with 
cornet solo ; arranged by W. H. Mackie. 

601 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 43468, July 3; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Don't you feel peculiar? Song, by A.J. j 
Mills, Frank Carter, and Tom Conley. I 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 602 ' 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 53407, Aug. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Dorette. Words by Howard Graham; I 
music by Chas. Graham. 603 

Copyright by Richard A. Saalneld, 
New York. 1899, no. 55993, Aug. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Dorothy. March soug. Words by Mai- ' 
colmNicolson; music by H. O. Wheeler. 

604 
Copyright by J. W T . Jenkins' sons 
music co., Kansas City. 1899, no. 54467, 
Aug. 26; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Dragon-fly. Words by Helen Clendenen ; 
music by A. Buzzi-Peccia. 605 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 51574, Aug. 26 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

Dreaming. For piano, by Arthur Somer- 
vell. London, Weekes & co. 606 
Copyright by Weekes & co., London. 
1899, no. 54433, Aug. 26; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 26, 1899. 

Ecce panis angelorum. Second tune. 
From the Arundel hymns, chosen and 
edited by Henry, Duke of Norfolk, and 
Charles T. Gatty. Pt. 2. London, 
Boosey & co. 607 

Copyright by Boosey &. co., London. 
1899, no. 50007. Aug. 3; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 3, 1899. 

Edna Brown; or, The girl that holds the 
ties. Words ind melody by F. L. 
Eiland; guitar accompaniment by Chas. 
Modesett. 608 

Copyright by F. L. Eiland, Waco, 
Tex. 1399, no. 52188, Aug. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 24. 1899. 

Eidullion. Nocturne for piano, by Robert 
C. L. Clarke. Revised and fingered by 
Thos. a'Becket. 609 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 53891, Aug. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Elms. Schottische for piano, by D. Hart- 

mann,jr. 610 

Copyright by W. A. Evans, Boston. 

1899, no. 53899, Aug. 23; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 23, 1899. 

Fair (The) coquette. Morceau for band, 

by G. E.Conterno: op.76. 611 

Copyright by C. G. Conn co., New 

York. 1899, no. 52550, Aug. 16 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Far from my heavenly home. Sacred 
part song. Words by H.J. Lyte; mu- 
sic by D. Protheroe : op. 48, no. 2. 612 
Copyright by B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 54337, Aug. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Faust. By Gounod. Arranged for piano 
by D. Krug: op. 114. Revised and 
fingered by Max Rolle. 613 

Copyright by K. Debnhoff, New York. 
1899, no. 54566, Aug. 26; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 26, 1899. 

Fin de reve. Dream's end. Intermezzo 
pour piano, 2 violons, alto, violoncelle, 
et C basse. Par Ch. Pons. Paris, 
Leon Langlois. 614 

Copyright by L£on Langlois, Paris. 
1899, no. 54134, Aug. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 25, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Fireflies. Dance eccentric, for piano, by 

G.B. White: op. 7. 615 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 52645, Aug. 16; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

First (The) love is truest after all. Words 
and music by Howard M. Gitkens. 616 
Copyright by Abraham Wilskv, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 53463, Aug. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Flirtation. Tiindelei. Salonstiick fur 
pianoforte, von Albert Baumgart: op. 
3. Berlin, C. A. Challier & co. 6L7 
Copyright by C. A. Challier & co.. 
Berlin. 1899, no. 53160, Aug. 19 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 
Flirtation dance. Gavotte for piano, by 
Wm. H.Penn. 618 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 13757, Feb. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 
For all eternity. By Angclo Mascheroni. 
Arranged for violin and piano by 
Charles Dancla. London, Gould &■ co. 

619 

Arranged and fingered for piano by 

Sidney West. 

Copyright by Gould & co. 
1899, nos. 53646, 53648, Aug. 22 
each rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 
Free (The) lance. Song no. 1, in A. 
Words by Clifton Bingham ; music by 
Franco Sarroni. London, Gould &, co. 

621 

no. 2, in C. 622 

Copyright by Gould & co., London. 
1899, nos. 53645, 53647, Aug. 22 ; 2 copies 
each rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 
Frog's (The) waltz. Guitar solo by C. 
de J anon. 623 

Copyright by Ed. A. Meyer & co., 
Philadelphia, 1899, no. 53896, Aug. 23 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 
Frolics of the Brownies. March and two- 
step for piano by Will L. Pfefferkorn. 

624 
Copyright by Will L. Pfefferkorn, 
Milwaukee. 1*99, no. 53816, Aug. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 
Gaa varlig min Kristen. Music by Hans 
C.Johnson. 625 

Copyright by H. C.Johnson, Minot, 
N. Dak. 1899, no. 51754, Aug. 11 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 
Girl (The) with the auburn hair. Words 
by Gene Jefferson; music by William 
H. Penn. 626 

Copyright by Sol Bloom, Chicago. 
1899, no. 53886, Aug. 23 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 23, 1899. 



620 
London. 
2 copies 



Titles — Continued. 

Give. Song for low voice. Words by 
Adelaide Procter; music by Frederic 
H. Cowen. 627 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 56606, Sept. 5 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

God is calling. Words by J. Borthwick ', 

music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 628 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia, 1899, no. 54564, Aug. 26; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Good bye, my sweetheart. Song from 
" The little corporal," by Ludwig Eng- 
lander. Arranged for band, with cor- 
net solo, by Ch. Kraushaar. 629 
Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 53903, Aug. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Grand postlude in C. For organ, by J. 

W. Lerman. 630 

Copyright by George Molineux, New 

York. 1899, no. 51946, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Harp (The) that once thro' Tara's hall. 
Arranged for piano by Michael Wat- 
son; revised and fingered by Max 
Rolle. 631 

Copyright by K. Dehnhoff, New York. 
1899, no. 54568, Aug. 26; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 26, 1899. 

Hear us, O Father. Response, for mixed 
voices, by Franz Holz. 632 

Copyright by B. F. Wood music co., 



Boston. 1899, no. 54338, Au< 
ies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 



io', 1 cop- 



He'll never forget to keep me. Words 

and music by F. A. Graves. 633 

Copyright by F. A. Graves, Chicago. 

1899, no. 41714, June 26; 1 copy rec'd 

June 26, 1899 ; 1 copy rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Heroes of the war. Words by Phil Sheri- 
dan; music by Robert Recker. 634 
Copyright by Robert Recker. New 
York. 1899, no'. 53731, Aug. 22 : 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

He's jes' de same as married to me. Mu- 
sic by Wm. T. Francis. 633 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons. 
New York. 1899, no. 54348, Aug. 25 ; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 25. 1899. 

Hey. are you coming backl Written ami 

composed by Frank Leo. 686 

Copyright by Frank Peau & co., 

London." 1899.' no. 54136, Aug. 25 j 2 

copies ree'd Aug. 25. 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Highwayman (The). Words by Gunby 
Hadath; music by A. H. Behrend. 
London, E. Ascherberg & co. 637 

Copyright by E. Ascherberg & co., 
London. 1899/ no. 53624, Aug. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 

Honey, I do love you. Song and chorus 
by Howard and Emerson. 638 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delphia. 1899/ no. 53271, Aug. 19; 2 j 
copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 

Arranged for orchestra by Sam'l 

Hosfeld. 639 | 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- , 
delphia. 1899, no. 53721, Aug. 22; 2 ; 
copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 

How dear is our country. Words by I 
Elizabeth Froude Campbell. Air, Star '■■ 
spangled banner. 610 i 

Copyright by Elizabeth Froude j 
Campbell, U. S. 1899, no. 53458, Aug. 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 21. 1899. 

How wondrous the love. Words by C. J 
F. Spiller; music by W. B. Spiller. 641 ! 
Copyright by Joshua Gill, Boston. : 
1899. no. 47216. July 21; 2 copies rec'd 
Oct. 4, 1899. 

Hurrah for you, old glory. Words by T. 
D. English; music by Mary E. New- 
house. 642 j 
Copyright by Mary Emma New- ! 
house, Grand Rapids, Mich. 1899, no. , 
57857, Sept. 9 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 19, 
1899. 

Hymn (A) of invitation. Words by 
Fanny A. Kimball; music by G. E. j 
Griffith. 643 

Copyright by Griffith E. Griffith, ■ 
New York. 1899, no. 51061, Aug. 8; 2 { 
copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

I'll always forgive you. Song and chorus 
by Howard and Emerson. 644 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 53272, Aug. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 

Arranged for orchestra by Sam'l 

Hosfeld. 645 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 53722, Aug. 22; 2 j 
copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 

I'm happy when I'm by ma baby's side. \ 
Words by Dan Evans; music by Chas. 
B.Ward. 646 

Copyright by Chas. B. Ward music 
pub. co., New York. 1899, no. 34700, 
May 23 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 13, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Immortal love. A meditation for piano 
or organ by Paolo F. del Campiglio. 

647 
Copyright by Windsor music co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 38762, June 12; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

In a fairy boat. Song in E flat. Words 
by Edward Teschemacher; music by 
D'Auvergne Barnard. London, Chap- 
pell & co. 648 
Copyright by Chappell & co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 53759, Aug. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

In May. Characteristic for piano by 
Eduard Rhode: op. 134, no. 1. Revised 
and fingered by Thos. Williams. 649 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 53890, Aug. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

In the garden. Folksong. Trio for 
women's voices. Words by Franz Riick- 
ert, translated by C. F. M. Music by 
Robert Schumann: op. 51, no. 2. Ar- 
ranged by Charles Fonteyn Manney. 

650 
Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 54084, Aug. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

In the shadow of the Carolina hills. 
Words by George Taggart; music by 
Max S. Witt. 651 

Copyright by Jos. W. Stern & co., 
Milwaukee. 1899, no. 53907, Aug. 23; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

In the sunshine. For piano, by Gustav 
Lange: op. 249. Revised and fingered 
by Mas Rolle. 652 

Copyright by K. Dehnhoff, New York. 
1899, no. 54565, Aug. 26; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 26, 1899. 

Irish (The) swell. Introduction, ''Many 
years ago." Waltz by Chauncey 01- 
cott. Arranged for band by W. H. 
Mackie. 653 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 54349, Aug. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Island (An) fair. Song no. 3 in G. Words 
by Florence Hoare; music by Albert 
W. Ketelbey. London, A. Hammond 
& co. 654 

Copyright by A. Hammond & co., 
London. 1899, no. 53158, Aug. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Jesus, my Lord, my all. Words and mu- 
sic by J. B. McLeod. 655 
Copyright by J. B. McLeod, Chicago. 
1899, no. 54177, Aug. 25; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 25, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Jeunesse (La). Gavotte, pour piano, par 
Albert Cirillo: op. 4. Leipzig and 
Milan, Cariscli & Janichen. 656 

Copyright by Carisch & Janichen, 
Milan, Italy. 1899, no. 53763, Aug. 23 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Jolly (The) pioneers. Two-step, for pi- 
ano, by H. C. Verner. 657 
Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 35861, May 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Joyeux Fetards. Polka marche, pour pi- 
ano, par Ad. Gauwin. Paris, Enoch 
et cie. 658 

Copyright by Enoch et cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 54436, Ang. 26; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 26, 1899. 

Just as the daylight was breaking. 
Words by Karl Kennett; music by Lyn 
Udall. 659 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 54344, Aug. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Kansas (The) volunteer. Words and mu- 
sic by Maggie Ford McDaniel. 660 
Copyright by Maggie D. McDaniel, 
Miltonvale, Kans. 1899, no. 23916, Apr. 
4; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 18S9. 

Kentucky jamboree. Two-step cake 

walk, for piano, by Sol Bloom. 661 

Copyright by Sol Bloom, Chicago. 

1899, no. 44395, July 8; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 21, 1899. 

Konig Drosselbart. Eine marcbenoper 
in 3 akten. Dichtung von Alex Del- 
mar; musik von Gustav Kulenkampff: 
op. 19. Klavier- auszug mit text. 
Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hiirtel. 662 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 39808, Jane 17; 2 
copies rec'd June 19, 1899. 

Ladislaw. Polish dance, for piano, by 
M. Schyralski. Revised and lingered 
by Thos. a Becket. 663 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Pkil- 
adelpbia. 1899, no. 53894, Aug. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Larghetto in E flat. For organ, by 

Frank C. Harrington. 664 

Copyright by George Molineux, New 

York. 1899, no. 51949, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Leave your razors at the door. Words 
by Dave Reed, jr. ; music by Chas. B. 
Ward. 665 

Copyright by Chas. B. Ward music 
pub. co., New York. 1899, no. 39165, 
June 14; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 13, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Little (The) tin soldier army. Rubi- 
dubi-dub. Words and music by W. 
T. Francis. 666 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sous, 
New York. 1899, no. 54347, Aug. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Lord of the harvest, Thee we hail. An- 
them for thanksgiving. Words by J. 
H. Gurney; music by Frederic Field 
Bullard. 667 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 54080, Aug. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Lost (The) chord. By Sullivan. Ar- 
ranged for the organ by W. B. Goiite. 

668 
Copyright by George Molineux, New 
York. c 1899, no. 51942, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Love song. Liebeslied, by Adolf Hen- 
selt. Arranged for piano, four hands, 
by Heinrich Kiehl. 669 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 54089, Aug. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Lustspiel overture. Keler Bela. Ar- 
ranged for 2 mandolins and guitar, by 
C. E. Pomeroy. 670 

Copyright by Wm. O. Barnwell, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53270, Aug. 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Lydia. Words by Lizette Woodworth 
Reese; music by Margaret Ruthven 
Lang: op. 32, no. 2. 671 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 56140, Sept. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Ma gal has left me. Song by Howard 

and Emerson. 672 

Copyright by Charles K. Harris. 

Milwaukee. 1899, no. 50777. Aug. 7 ; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Ma lady Lu. Words by Chas. W. Doty : 

music by Edwin S. Brill. 073 

Copyright by Chas. B. Ward music 

pub. co., "New York. 1899. do. 38985, 

June 13; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 13. 1899. 

Ma razor's just aehin' to' a tight. Words 
and music by Howard M. Grithens. 

074 
Copyright by Abraham Wilsky. 
Philadelphia, 1899, no. 53 160, Aug. 21 : 
2 copies roe'd Aug. 28, 1S99. 

Made perfectly whole. E. A. Hoffman, 

075 
Copyright by Evangelical pub co.. 
Chicago/ 1899, no. 52636, Aug. 10: 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 10. 1S99. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis. Set to 
music in the key of D major, by Ed- 
ward Bunnett. London, Novello & 
co., ltd. 676 

Copyright by Edward Bunnett, Great 
Britain. 1899,"no. 54434, Aug. 26 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

March from " Scenes pittoresques," by J. 
Massenet. Arranged for band by T. H. ! 
Eollinson. 677 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- j 
ton. 1899, no. 54078, Aug. 24 ; 2 copies i 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

March of the Dryads. Characteristic 
march for piano, by Arthur Dana: 
op. 31. 678 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 53911. Aug. 23 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Marche des petits poussins. Pour piano, 
par Ad. Gauwin. Paris, Enoch et cie. 

679 
Copyright by Enoch et cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 54435, Aug. 26; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 26, 1899. 

Marguerite. Waltz. For piano, by Vit- 
torio Mori. London, E. Ascherberg 
& co. 680 

Copyright by E. Ascherberg & co., 
London 
copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 

Mazurka de la reine. Pour piano, par 
Charles Bohm : op. 327, no. 77. Ber- 
lin, N. Sitnrock. 681 
Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1899, no. 53164, Aug. 19: 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 19, 1899. 

Meadow (The) brook. For piano, by 
Gustav Wartenstein: op. 4. Revised 
and fingered by Arthur Dana. 682 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 53908, Aug. 23 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Meditation at evening. Nocturne, for 
piano, by Julius Zellner: op. 35, no. 5. 
Revised and fingered by W. S. B. Math- 
ews. 683 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 53887, Aug. 23 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Melody in F. For organ, by Clarence T. 

Steele. 684 

Copyright by George Molineux, New 

York. 1899, no. 51945, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Merry dancers. Two-step, for piano, by 

Win. Polla, 685 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 47101, July 20; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Minuetto espressivo. For piano, by 
Arthur Somervell. London, Weekes 
& co. 686 

Copyright by Weekes & co., London. 
1899, no. 54432, Aug. 26; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 26. 1899. 

Mosquito's (The) parade. A Jersey re- 
view, by Howard Whitney ; arranged 
for orchestra by Theo. Bendix. 687 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 54342, Aug. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Moulin (Le). Duo (ou chceur) a 2 voix 
egales. Paroles de Dominique Flachat ; 
musique de Edmond Missa. Lyon, F. 
Janin et ses fils. 688 

Copyright by F. Janin et ses fils, 
Lyon, France. 1899, no. 54129, Aug. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Murmuring brook. Murmelnder quell. 
Characteristic sketch for piano, by 
Carl Bohm; fingered by John Orth. 

689 
Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no/54090, Aug. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

My black Lou. Words and music by 
C. E. Billings; arranged by George 
Lowell Tracy. 690 

Copyright by Clarence E. Billings, 
Boston. 1899, no. 39858, June 17; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

My old short clay. Written by Edgar 
Bateman ; music by Geo. Le Brunn. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 691 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 53406, Aug. 21; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

My queen Irene. For band with cornet 

solo ; arranged by W. H. Mackie. 692 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 49639, Aug. 1 ; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

My Susie-Anna from Lonisana. Words 
by Tom McGuire; music bv Sid. L. 
Perrin. 693 

Copyright by Geo. L. Spaulding, New 
York. 1899, no. J 3452, July 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 

My sweetest Jamie. Words and music 
by Arthur Dunn. 694 

Copyright bv Weber, Fields & Strom- 
berg, New York. 1899. no. 34188, May 
22; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Novel lette. For piano, by Hugo Rein- 
hold : op. 23, no. 4 ; revised and fingered 
by W. S. B. Mathews. 695 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 53729, Aug. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Oh, Susannah. Words by A. W. Burk 
Peel; music by Knight Pearce. Lon- 
don, E. Ascherberg & co. 696 
Copyright by E. Ascherberg &, co., 
London. 1899, no. 53627, Aug. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 

Old Jasper's cake-walk. Words and mu- 
sic by Saint Suttle. 697 
Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 15706, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Ole Virginny days. Characteristic two- 
step for band, by T. H. Rollinson. 698 

For orchestra. 699 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. '1899, nos. 54083, 54082, Aug. 24 ; 2 
copies each rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

On a southern plantation. Characteris- 
tic march and two-step, by Walter E. 
Petry. 700 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 37374, June 5; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

On wings of love. no. 1 in E flat. Words 
by Derrick Woodville; music by A. 
Glent-Vale. London, A. Hammond 
& co. 701 

Copvright by A. Hammond & co., 
London. 1899, no. 53159, Aug. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

One love, the only one. Words and mu- 
sic by John F. Leonard. 702 
Copvright by Weber, Fields & Strom- 
berg, New York. 1899, no. 34191, Mav 
22; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Only a melody. Piano solo by Daisv V. 
Wilson. " 703 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 30175, May 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Only friends. Words by Helen Clenden- 
en; music by A. Bucci-Peccia. 704 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 54576, Aug. 26; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

Only (The) girl I ever loved. Words by 
Evelvn Bloom; music by Richard 
Stabl. 705 

Copyright by Sol Bloom, Chicago. 
1899, no. 35854, May 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 21, 1899. 

Over the hills to Jersey. Song, by Theo. 

H. Northrup. 706 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 

1899, no. 53906^ Aug. 23; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 23, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Pardon (Le). Paraphrase evangeTique 
avec adaptation musicale. Poeme et 
musique de Will Chaumet. Paris, A. 
Quinzard et cie. 707 

Copyright by A. Quinzard et cie., 
Paris. 1899, no. 54133, Aug. 25; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Paris exposition. March and two-step 
for piano, by Wm. Glassmire. 708 

Copyright bv Abraham Wilsky, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 53461, Aug. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Pickpockets (Les). Chansonnette co- 
mique. Paroles de Trebitsch & Jost ; 
musique de G. Allier. Paris, Enoch 
et cie. 709 

Copyright by Enoch et cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 54437, Aug. 26; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 26, 1899. 

Poor relations. A characteristic oddity. 

For orchestra, by Theo. Bendix. 710 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sous, 

New York. 1899, no. 54351, Aug. 25; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Praise ye the Lord. Music by Geo. H. 
Crosby. 711 

Copyright by Fillmore brothers, Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 54074, Aug. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Praludium uud fuge in B moll. Fur 
pianoforte, von E. R. Kroeger: op. 41. 
Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hiirtel. 712 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 53904, Aug. 23 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Prelude to Parsifal. Act 1. By R.Wag- 
ner. Transcribed for the organ by 
Edwin H. Lemare. 713 

Act 3. 714 

Copyright by B. Schott's sohne, 
Mayence. 1899,"^ nos. 53952, 53951, Aug. 
24; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Preparatory five-finger exercises for 
piano, by Aloys Schmitt: op. 16. Re- 
vised and annotated by Thus. a'Becket. 

715 
Copyright by Hatch music co . Phila- 
delphia. 1899,' no. r->oS9:\ Aug. 23 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Presidents. Words by Phil Sheridan; 

music by Robert Keeker. 7 hi 

Copyright by Robert Keeker. New 

York. * 1899, no. 53732, Aug. 22 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Procession of the elves. Characteristic 
march for piano, by Arthur Dana: op, 
31. TIT 

Copvright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. ."'3910. Aim. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1S99. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Queen (The) of May. For men's voices. 
English version by Frederick W. Ban- 
croft; music by W. Herrmann: op. 30. 
no. 2. 718 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 53762, Aug. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Rag-time medley no. 1. Introducing "I 
don't want no yellow coon." Arranged 
for piano by Adolph Schroeder. 719 

no. 2. Introducing " Oh, I don't 



etc. 



720 



know/ 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 1899, nos. 52195, 52193, Aug. 
14; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 



Rainbow (The) two-step. 
R. E. Miller. 



For piano, by 
721 



Copyright bv Rose Evelyn Miller, 
Great Falls, Mont. 1899, no. 26700, 
Apr. 17; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Red (The), white and blue. March for 
piano, by C. Pierpont. 722 

Copyright by Pierpont pub. co., De- 
troit. 1899, no. 60144, Sept. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

Referee (The) march. For band, by 

Wesley Wells. 723 

Copyright by J. W. Jenkins' sons 

music co., Kansas City. 1899, no. 51767, 

Aug. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Reverie (A). Words by William Aker- 
man ; music by Florence Aylward. 
London, Chappell & co. 724 

Copyright by Chappell & co., Lon- 
don. '1899, no. 49850, Aug. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 2, 1899. 

Revery. For piano, by Margaret Ruth- 
venLang: op. 31. 725 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 56679, Sept. 5 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Ring off, coon. Words by A. M. Saume- 
nig and A. L. Robb; music by A. B. 
Sloane. 726 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 54346, Aug. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Rococo, beriihmter zeitgenossenvon Joh. 
Seb. Bach's, no. 1. Bourree, von Joh. 
Friedr. Fasch (1688-1758). Bearbei- 
tuug fiir pianoforte, von Hugo Rie- 
mann. Leipzig, Breitkopf& Hiirtel. 

727 
Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 53765, Aug. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 



Romantique (La). Concert- fan taisie 
pour flute et piano, par Ernesto Kohler : 
op. 80. Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. Zimmer- 
mann, 728 

Copyright by Jul. Heinr. Zimmer- 
mann, Leipzig. 1899, no. 53947, Aug. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Rose (A) fable. Song for high voice, by 
C. B. Hawley. 729 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 56141, Sept. 1 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Rose rouge. Valse bluette pour piano, 
par Charles Bohm: op. 327, no. 74. 
Berlin, N. Simrock. 730 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1899, no. 53166, Aug. 19; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 19, 1899. 

| Roseaux (Les) chanteurs. Duo (ou 
chceur) a 2 voix e gales. Paroles de 
Dominique Flachat; rnusique de Ed- 
mond Missa. Lyon, F. Janin et ses fils. 

731 
Copyright by F. Janin et ses fils, 
Lyons, France. 1899, no. 54130, Aug. 
j 25; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Rough-rider (The). Words by Helen 
Clendenen ; music by A. Buzzi-Peccia. 

732 
Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 54577, Aug. 26 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 



Rounders (The). By Ludwig Englander. 
Lancers for piano, arranged by Chas. 
Kraushaar. 733 

Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co., New York. 1899, uo. 49596, Aug. 1 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

Waltzes. 734 

Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 49594, Aug. 1 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 



A Darktown idyl, 

Arranged for band 

735 



Sambo out of work, 
by J. A. Silberberg 
by W. H. Mackie. 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 54350, Aug. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Sardonyx. Dance for pianoforte, by Henri 
Latour. Revised and fingered by Thos. 
Williams. 736 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia, 1899, no. 53724, Aug. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 



201 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Schlacht der bleisoldaten. Battle of the 
tin soldiers. Aus kinderscenen. Me- 
lodische klavierstiicke, von Arnold 
Krug: op. 88, no. 3. London, Auge- 
ner & co. 737 

Copyright by Augeiier & co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 53934, Aug. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Schlittenfahrt. In a sleigh. Aus kin- 
derscenen. Melodische klavierstiicke, 
von Arnold Krng : op. 88, no. 12. Lon- 
don, Augener & co. 738 
Copyright bv Augener & co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 53930, Aug. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Schottisches concert. Fur pianoforte 
mit begleitung des orchesters, von 
A. C. Mackenzie: op. 55. Partitur. 
Leipzig, Fr. Kistner. 739 

Copyright by Fr. Kistner, Leipzig. 
1899, no. 53161, Aug. 19; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 19, 1899. 

Scorcher (The). Bicycle galop for band, 
by George Formosa. 740 

Copyright by C. G. Conn co., New 
York. 1899, no. 52551, Aug. 16; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Seasons (The). Song for low voice. 
Music by Frederic H. Cowen. 741 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 56607, Sept. 5 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Sechs bagatellen. Fiir violine mit kla- 
vierbegleitung, von Johannes Palasck- 
ko: op. 25. No. 1. Friihlingsmorgen. 
Berlin, Georg Plothow. 742 

no. 2, Zufriedenheit. 743 

no. 3, Ungarischer tanz. 744 

no. 4, Erinuerung. 745 

no. 5, Marsch der karawane. 746 

no. 6, Marchen. 747 

Copyright by Georg Plothow, Ber- 
lin. 1899, nos. 53939-53944, Aug. 24; 2 
copies each rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Send my Jack home again. Words and 

music by John A. Murray. 748 

Copyright by John A. Murray, N. 

Toledo, Ohio. 1899, no. 22543, Mar. 29 ; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Serenata. For piano, by Moritz Mosz- 
kowski: op. 15, no. 1. Edited and 
lingered by John Orth. 749 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899,no. 54088, Aug. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Seville (The) gipsy maid. Song in D. 
Words by Alfred H. Hyatt; music by 
G. Lardelli. London, Edwin Ash- 
down. * 750 
Copyright by Edwin Ashdown, Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 52329, Aug. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

She always loved you, mother. Words 
and music by Charles Graham. 751 

Copyright by Charles B. Ward mu- 
sic pub. co., New York. 1899, no. 45862, 
July 14; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 13, 



She is a sensible girl. Words and music 

by Harry Dacre. 752 

Copyright bv Frank Dean & co., 

London. 1899, no. 54137, Aug. 25; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

She never told him so. Words by Chas. 
Graham; music by Howard Graham. 

753 
Copyright by Richard A. Saalheld, 
New York. 1899, no. 55994, Aug. 31 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Simple (A) story. Words by David Mal- 
let ; music by Platon Brounoff. 754 
Copyright by Platon Brounoff, New 
York. 1899, no. 56675, Sept. 5 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 
Snow flakes. Schneeflocken. Sketch for 
piano by William Cooper: op. 55. Re- 
vised and lingered by Thos a'Becket. 

755 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 53727, Aug. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 

Soldaten kommen. The soldiers are 
coming. Aus kinderscenen. Melo- 
dische klavierstiicke, von Arnold Krug : 
op. 88, no. 5. London, Augener ifc 

co. 756 

Copyright bv Augener & co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 53933, Aug. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Sonate. Fiir pianoforte in Des dur, von 
E. R. Kroeger : op. 40. Leipzig, Breit- 
kopf & H artel. 757 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 53905. Aug. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Pour violoncelle et piano, par N. 

Lago: op. 66. Berlin. N. Simroek. 

758 
Copvright by N. Simrook, Berlin. 
1899, no. 53162, Aug. 19: 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 19, 1899. 

Song (A) of May. Words by Lizette 
Woodworth Reese; music by Margaret 
Ruthven Lang : op. 32, no. 1. 759 

Copyright by .John Church co.. Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 56678. Sept. 5 : 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 21. 1899. 

Song (A) of summer. An etude for the 
piano, by Alice II. Baker. 760 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. '1899, no. 53276, Aug. 19 : _ cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 19. 1899. 



202 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Songs of rest and home. Words by Ida 
M. Budd; music by Chas. H. Gabriel. 

761 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 54076, Aug. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Speak just a word. E. C. Avis. 762 

Copyright bv Evangelical pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 52634, Aug. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 

Sposalizio. Anne'es de pelerinage. By 
F. Liszt. Transcribed for the organ 
by Edwin H. Lemare. Mayence, B. 
Schott's sohne. 763 

Copyright bv B. Schott's sohne, 
Mayence. 1899" no. 53950, Aug. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Spring (A) idyl. For piano, by Margaret 
Ruthven Lang: op. 33. 764 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 56677, Sept. 5 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Taps. For voice, with organ and cornet 
accompaniment. Arranged by T. M. 
Carlton. 765 

Copyright by Thomas M. Carlton, 
San Francisco. 1899, no. 53457, Aug. 
21; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Thirty-six elementary and progressive 
studies for the violin, by H. E. Kayser: ! 
op. 20. In 3 volumes. Revised and 
edited by Bernhard Listemann. Book 
2. 766 ! 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 76765, Dec. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace. 
For mixed voices, by J. Baptiste 
Calkin. Edited by F. Meyer. 767 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 53909, Aug. 23 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Thoughts. For 2 mandolins and guitar, 
by Chas. H. Gant. 768 

Copyright by F. O. Gutman, Cleve- 
land. 1899, no. 54573, Aug. 26 ; 2 copies 
ug. 26, 1899. 

Ti prego, O Padre. Trio, for soprano, 
tenor, and alto or baritone. English 
words by A. S. Caswell; written and I 
composed by G. Nicolao. 769 

Copyright by G. Nicolao, U. S. 1899, 
no. 59100, Sept. 14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 
23, 1899. 

Till we meet again. Auf wiedersehn. 
Tone piece for piano, by Fr. Spindler: 
op. 306, no. 1. 770 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 53730, Aug. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

To be loved by you. Song no. 2 in F. 
Words by Clifton Bingham; music by 
Joseph H. Adams. London, E. 
Ascherberg & co. 771 

Copyright by E. Ascherberg & co., 
London. 1899, no. 53628, Aug. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 

To the front. March and two-step for 
piano, by Howard M. Githens. 772 

Copyright by Abraham Wilsky, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 53459, Aug. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

To Thee, O Lord, our hearts we raise. 
Anthem for Thanksgiving, by Frank H. 
Brackett. 773 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 54085, Aug. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

To what end? Words by H. D. Lowry; 
music by Florence Aylward. Lon- 
don, Chappell & co. 774 
Copyright bv Chappell & co., Lon- 
don, England. "1899, no. 49848, Aug. 2; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 2, 1899. 

Toccata, adagio, unci fuge. Von Johann 
Sebastian Bach. Fiir clavier iibertra- 
gen, von Conrad Ansorge. Berlin, 
Adolph Fiirstner. 775 

Copyright by Adolph Fiirstner, Ber- 
lin. 1899, no. 53945, Aug. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Toccatina. For piano, by G. Lardelli. 
Revised and fingered by Thos. a'Becket. 

776 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 53726, Aug. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 

Traum der sennerin. The herd-girl's 
dream. Idylle for orchestra, by Aug. 
Labitzky: op. 45. London, Hawkes 
& son. 777 

Copyright by Schweers & Haake, 
Bremen, Germany. 1899, no. 53938, Aug. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Tremolo. Reverie pour piano, par Charles 
Bohm: op. 327, no. 76. Berlin, N. 
Simrock. 778 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1899, no. 53165, Aug. 19 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 19, 1899. 

Trois morceaux. Pour violon et piano, 
par Christopher Wilson, no. 1. Aria. 

779 

no. 3. BourrCe. 780 

Copyright by B. Schott's sohne, 
Mayence. 1899, nos. 53954, 53955, Aug. 
24; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 



203 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC -Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Troubadour (The). Words by Helen 
. Clendenen: music bv A. Bucci-Peccia. 

781 
Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1*99, no. 51575, Aug. 26 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

Vesper hymn, no. 1. ''Father, give us 
now Thy blessing." Composed by 
H. D. Flowers. London, Novello <fc 
co., ltd. 782 

Copyright by Harry Denton Flowers, 
Great Britain. 1899,'no. 53629, Aug 22; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Voluntary no. 9. For organ, by J. W. 
Lerman. 783 

Copyright by George Molineux, New 
York. 1899, no. 51917, Aug. 12; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

We met in old Ohio. Words and music 

by Howard M. Githens. 784 

Copyright by Abraham Wilsky, 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 53162, Aug. 21 ; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

We shall meet, but we shall miss them. 
Words and music by Ralph O. Newell. 

785 
Copyright by Ralph Orlin Newell, 
O'Neill, Nebr. 1899, no. 12383, Feb. 13 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

We three. March, by C. C. Sayers. [Pi- 
ano.] 786 
Copyright by C. C. Sayers, Lebanon, 
Pa. 1899, no. 53897, Aug. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Weihnachtsgabe. Christmas gift. Sona- 
tine fiir clavier, von Hans Hermann. 
Magdeburg, Heinrichshofen's verlag. 

787 
Copyright by Heinrichshofen's ver- 
lag, Magdeburg. 1899, no. 53946, Aug. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

When my love returns to me. Song and 

chorus, by Lorenzo Huntley. 788 

Copyright by Lorenzo E. Huntley, 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 52052, Aug. 24 ; 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 24, 1899. 

When you come back to Georgia. Words 

and music by Geo. Herrmann. 789 

Copyright bv Chas. B. Ward music 

pub. co., New "York. 1899, no. 35112, 

May 25; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 13, 1899. 

Where is Sylvagone? Song for male 

voices by D. Gilbert Johns. 790 

Copyright by D. Gilbert Johns & co., 

Philadelphia. ' 1899, no. 53205, Aug. 19; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Where the father of waters swiftly flows. 
Words by Louis W. Pritzkow; music 
by Malle Little 791 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 54352, Aug. 25 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Where'er I go. Song. Music by W. H. 
Thompson. 792 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 54345, Aug. 25 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 
Why not now? Elisha A. Hoffman. 793 

Copyright by Evangelical pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 52633, Aug. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 16, 1899. 
Why should we rest ? Words by Frances 
M. Pugh; music by Herbert H. Wins- 
low. 794 

Copyright by Herbert Howland 

Winslow, Oakland, Cal. 1899, no. 53586, 

Aug. 21 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

W T ife and child. Words and music by 

Lewis Levy. 795 

Copyright by Windsor music co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 53584, Aug. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 
Will you go? Written and composed by 
T. W. Connor. London, Francis, Day 
& Hunter. 796 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no 53405, Aug. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 
Wood (The) nymph's wedding march. 
Characteristic march for piano solo, 
by Arthur Dana: op. 31. 797 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 54580, Aug. 26 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 
Woodland (A) way. Words by Cresandia ; 
music b v Florence Aylward. London, 
C happell & co. 798 

Copyright bv Chappell »fc co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no.' 49853, Aug. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 2, 1899. 
You'vegotto clothe Alabama pas, ma, la. 
Words and music by Nathan Bivins. 

799 

Copyright bv T. B. Harms & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 54072, Aug. 24 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 
Zwei konzert-etiiden. Fiirklavier. von 
Ernst Kullak: op. 27. no. I. Am 
meeresstrando. Berlin. Sohlesinger'- 
sche buch- und musikhandlung (Rob. 
Linoau). 800 

Copyright by Schlesinger'sche buch- 
und musikhandlung (Rob. Linean), 
Berlin. 1899, no. 53948, Aug. 24 : L 1 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899, 



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V. MAPS AND CHARTS. 

[Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors, see end of 

Catalogue.] 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



Bode, Iowa. 61 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 50911, Aug. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Clarence, Iowa. 62 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 50913, Aug. 7; 
2 copies res'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Copper range, from Portage lake to Ad- 
venture mine, Houghton and Ontona- 
gon counties, Mich. 63 
Copyright by R. M. Edwards, Calu- 
met, Mich. 1899, no. 30292, May 4; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Copper range of northern Michigan, 
U. S. A. 64 

Copyright by R. M. Edwards, Calu- 
met, Mich. 1899, no. 30291, May 4; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Dallas Center, Iowa. 65 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa, ' 1899, no. 50912, Aug. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Davenport (Street guide and map of). 

66 
Copyright by A. Hageboeck, sr., 
Davenport, Iowa. 1899, no. 63180, Sept. 
29; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Dows, Iowa. 67 

Copyright hy Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa, 1899, no. 50914, Aug. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Emerson, Iowa, 68 

Copyright hy Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa, 1899, no. 50915, Aug. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7. 1899. 

Goldfield, Iowa. 69 

Copyright hy Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 50917, Aug. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Kalona, Iowa, 70 

Copyright hy Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 50916, Aug. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Larue county, Ky. Farmhouse map. 

71 

Copyright hy Charles Williams and 

C. M. Barnes, Hodgenville, Ky. 1899, 

no. 50314, Aug. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 

1899. 



Lowden, Iowa. 72 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 50918, Aug. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Aug, 7, 1899. 

Luverne, Iowa. 73 

Copyright hy Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 50904, Aug. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Marshall county, Tenn. 74 

Copyright hy William Carter, Lew- 
isburg, Tenn. 1899, no. 50313, Aug. 4; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Mechanicsville, Iowa. 75 

Copyright hy Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 50906, Aug. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 



Neenah, Wis. June 28, 1899. 
Copyright by Ludwig C 



Neenah, Wis. 1899, 
2 copies rec'd Au< 



7b 
Hjorth, 
no. 42911, July 1; 
1899. 



New Hampshire (Map of southeastern). 

77 

(Map of southwestern). 78 

Copyright hy Geo. H. Walker & co., 
Boston. 1899, nos. 48539, 48540, July 
27; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Randolph, Iowa. 79 

Copyright hy Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa, 1899, no. 50905, Aug. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Renwick, Iowa. 80 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 50907, Aug. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Silver City, Iowa. 81 

Copyright hy Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. * 1899, no. 50908, Aug. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 1, 1899. 

Stan wood, Iowa. 82 

Copyright hy Henrv Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 50909, Aug. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

West Bend, Iowa. 83 

Copyright hy Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 50910, Aug.7; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 



205 



VI. EINTGKRAVINGS, OUTS, AND TAINTS, 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Baby in the moon. 124 

Copyright by Genevra Johnstone 

Bishop, Los Angeles, Cal. 1899, no, 

62199, Sept. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 

1899. 

Boleslan Krzywousty. 125 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 14136*, Feb. 28 ; 1 copy 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1898; 1 copy rec'd Aug. 7, 
1899. 

Boleslaw Ke^dzierzawy. no. 10. 126 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 14140*, Feb. 28 ; 1 jiopy 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1898 ; 1 copy rec'd Aug. 7, 
1899. 

Boleslaw Sinialy. 127 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 14134*, Feb. 28 ; 1 copy 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1898 ; 1 copy rec'd Aug. 7, 
1899. 

Congress designs, no. 606. 128 

Copyright by U. S. playing card co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 63184, Sept. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Cuban (A) home. 129 

Copyright by Priests of Pallas, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1899, no. 62204, Sept. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 



Exit "Willie Wallie" Astor. 



130 



Copyright by Priests of Pallas, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1899, no. 62208, Sept. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Harvest (The) of 1899. 131 

Copyright by Priests of Pallas, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1899, no. 62209, Sept. 25; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Kazimierz Mnlch. (Odnowiciel.) 132 
Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 14137*, Feb. 28 ; 1 copy 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1898 ; 1 copy rec'd Aug. 
7, 1899. 

Kazimierz Sprawiedliwy. no. 12. 133 
Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 14138*, Feb. 28; 1 copy 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1898; 1 copy rec'd Aug. 
7, 1899. 

Lion (The) in love. 134 

, Copyright by Priests of Pallas, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1899, no. 62207, Sept. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Mieczyslaw Stary. 135 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 14141*, Feb. 28 ; 1 copy 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1898; 1 copy rec'd Aug. 7, 
1899. 

Morro castle. 136 

Copyright by Priests of Pallas, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1899, no. 62203, Sept. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Official program. [Cover.] 137 

Copyright by Priests of Pallas, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1899, no. 62205, Sept. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Pallas. 138 

Copyright by Priests of Pallas, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1899, no. 62200, Sept. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Path (The) of the typhoon. 139 

Copyright by Priests of Pallas, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1899, no. 62206, Sept. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Rainbow falls of Hilo. 140 

Copyright by Priests of Pallas, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1899, no. 62202, Sept. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Safe (The) and the unsafe way of step- 
ping off a car. 141 
Copyright by Achert & Henckel, 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 50785, Aug. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Sea of Galilee as it appeared in the time 

of Christ. 142 

Copyright by W. A. Wilds & co., 

Boston. 1899,* no. 62198, Sept. 25: 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Street (A) corner in Manila. 143 

Copyright bv Priests of Pallas. Kan- 
sas City, Mo. * 1899. no. 62201. Sept. 25: 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Tammany (The) chief and the admiral. 

Ml 
Copyright by John Theo Pore Bent- 
ley, New York. 1899, no. 02017. Sept. 
25; 2 copies reo'd Sept. 25. 1899. 

Who said salt? Uo 

Copyright bv J. 11. Wassail's sons. 
Columbus, Ohio. lS99.no. 47224, July 
21; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 7. 1899. 



206 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 


Titles— Continued. 


Wladyslan II. no. 9. 146 


Wladyslaw Herman. 147 


Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no'. 14139*, Feb. 28 ; 1 copy 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1898; 1 copy rec'd Aug. 7, 
1899. 


Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 14135*, Feb. 28 ; 1 copy 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1898: 1 copy rec'd Aug. 
7, 1899. 



VII. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Arrival. 1-sheet, no. 8570. 64 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 44233, July 7; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 



Bostonians. Pictorial hanger. 



65 



Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 54727, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Bug house, no. 40S5. 66 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati*. 1899. no. 50789, Aug. 7 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Colored fashion plate, nos. 2, 3. 67,68 
Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1899, nos. 6318«, 63185, Sept. 
29; 2 copies each rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 



Counterfeiter's den. no. 3849. 



69 



Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 50797, Aug. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Deverc (Bill), no. 3757. 70 i 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 30798, Aug. 7; I 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Drum majors, no. 4057. 71 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 50790, Aug. 7 ; | 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Dummies, no. 3848. 72 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 50792, Aug. 7 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Eisenbahutruppe auf dem Tempelhofer 
feld, oberbau iibend. Railway troops 
practicing at the Tempelhof drill 
grounds. 73 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 50925, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Escape. 28-sheet, no. 8519. 74 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 39286, June 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Family outing, no. 4089. 75 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 50794, Aug. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Fusz-artillerie am geschutz. Rheinisches 
fusz-artillerie-regiment nr. 8. Heavy 
artillery at the gun. 8th regiment of 
heavy artillery (Rhenish). 76 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1899, no.*50926, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

"Good (A) draw/' 77 

Copyright by S. Hernsheim bros. & 
co., ltd., Chicago. 1899, no. 50786, Aug. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Husaren und Ulanen zerstoren tele- 
graphenleitungen und eisenbahnen. 
Hussars and Uhlans destroying tele- 
graph wires and railroads. * 78 
Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1899, no.*50923, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

I'm crazy, no. 4068. 79 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 50796, Aug. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

In der reitbahn. Freier sprung. Konigs- 
Ulanen-regiment (1 Hannoverisches) 
nr. 13. At the riding hall. Flying 
jump. 13th regiment of Uhlans (1st 
Royal Hanoverian Uhlans). 80 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1899, no.'50928, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Koniglich-Saehsisches feld-artillerie-re- 
giment nr. 12. 12th regiment of held 
artillery. (Koyal Saxon.) 81 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 50929, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 



207 



CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Leibgendarmerie. Zweiter zug. (Leib- 
garde I. M. der Kaiserin.) Body-guard 
of H. M. the Empress. 2nd platoon. 82 
Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 50927, Aug. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Matrose der kaiserlichen marine. Sea- 
man of the imperial navy. 83 
Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 50922, Aug. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Never see her again, no. 4067. 84 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 50788, Aug. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Pauker des regiments u Gardes du corps." 
Kettle drummer of the regiment 
" Gardes du corps." 85 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 50924, Aug. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Pierrot et premiere, no. 4032. 86 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 50791, Aug. 7 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Portraits, no. 3871. 87 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 50793, Aug. 7 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Rittmeister, Leibhusaren-regiment nr. 

1. Captain, First regiment of hussars. 

guard. 88 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 

Ohio. * 1899, no. 50930, Aug. 7; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Sen-sen. 89 

Copyright by T. B. Dunn co., Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 1899, no. 27716, Apr. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 24, 1899. 

Sen-sen fan. 90 

Copyright by T. B. Dunn & co., 
Rochester, N. Y. 1899, no. 27715, Apr. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26, 1899. 

Sen-sen girl. 91 

Copyright by Osgood & Davis, 
Rochester, N. Y. 1899, no. 27714, Apr. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 26, 1899. 

Story, ^-sheet, no. 8555. 92 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 41734, June 26; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Toby's mistake, no. 4031. 93 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 50795, Aug. 7 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Touch. 3-sheet, no. 8589. 94 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 48667, July 27; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Tramps, ^-sheet, no. 8556. 95 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 41733, June 26; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalooub.) 



Titles. 

All souls' church, Vanderbilt estate. 354 
Copyright by Victor G. Schreck, 
Savannah, Ga. 1899, no. 45760, July 13 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Arch rock, Mackinac island, no. 03874. 

355 
Copyright by Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit. 1899, no. 50712, Aug. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Azorian (An) maid. 356 

Copyright by Alfred Eugene Cady, 
Providence, R. I. 1899, no. 62933, Sept. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Baby (A) of the desert, Egypt. 9789. 

Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley. A 
Ionia, Fa. 1899. no. 48776, July 27 

copies rec'd Aug. 7. 1899. 

Barnett (Lt. Col.) 

Copyright by J. Wesley Durhi 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 62035, Sept. 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 25. 1899. 

Bedu in of the desert. Egypt; 4787. 

Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley, V 
Ionia, Pa. lS99.no. 48774, July 27 j 

copies rec'd Aug. .. 1899. 



do i 

al- 

• 9 



338 

un, 



69 

al- 



208 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 



Assouan, 
360 



Bishareen Arab and camels. 
Egypt. 9710a. 

Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley, Val- 
lonia, Pa. 1899, no. 51297, Aug. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Block house, Mackinac island. From 
rear. no. o 3779. 361 

— Near view. no. o 3778. 362 

Copyright bv Detroit photographic 

co., Detroit. 1899, nos. 50711, 50710, 

Aug. 5 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Buffalo race, Luxor, Egypt. 9725. 363 
Copyright bv B. Lloyd Singley, Val- 
lonia, Pa, 1899, no. 43528, July 3; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Canadian lock, lower end. Sault Ste. 

Marie, no. 011319. 364 

Copyright by Detroit Photographic 

co., Detroit. 1899, no. 50714, Aug. 5; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Celebrating the "escalade at tower of 
Champel, Geneva, Switzerland, c. 42. 

365 
Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson. Lin- 
coln, 111. 1899, no. 49560, July '31 ; 2 
copies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

Chilnooalna falls, Wawona. 366 

Copyright by Oliver Lippincott, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 1899, no. 48146, July 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 

China pheasants. 367 

Copyright by Jesse A. Meiser, Wood- 
land, Va. 1899, no. 50799, Aug. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Columbia, nos. 1-8. 368-375 

Copyright bv Frank H. Child, New- 
port, R. I. 1899, no. 50934-50941, Aug. 
7; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Dimpled (The) darlings and the downy 
ducklings, c. 131. 376 

Copyright by Chas. L. Wasson, Lin- 
coln, 111. 1899,no. 49559, July 31; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 31, 1899. 

E 37-39, 57-59, 61-63, 68-71, 73-77, 81, F 20. 

377-396 
Copyright by American litho. co., 
New York. 1899, nos. 63043-63062, Sept. 
28; 2 copies each rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 
Early morn at Mirror lake and Cloud's 
Rest. 397 

Copyright by Oliver Lippincott, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 1899, no. 48144, July 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 
Evolution of a smile. 398 

Copyright by A. W. Judd, Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn. 1899, no. 50931, Aug. 7 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Foreboding." 399 

Copyright by Charles Frederick Nae- 
gele, New York. 1899, no. 47610, July 
22; 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1899. 

Gilbert. 6x8. 400 

Copyright by H. H. Holt, Tacoma, 
Wash. 1899, no. 47149, July 20; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1899. 

Going to the fountain, nos. 1-3. 401-403 

Copyright by Alfred Eugene Cady, 

Providence, R.I. 1899, nos. 62930-62932, 

Sept. 28; 2 copies each rec'd Sept. 28, 

1899. 

Half dome and Merced river from Senti- 
nel hotel. 404 
Copyright by Oliver Lippincott, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 1899. no. 48137, July 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 

Half dome from Merced river. 405 

Copyright by Oliver Lippincott, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 1899, no. 48138, July 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 

Happy (The) isles and rapids. 406 

Copyright by Oliver Lippincott, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 1899, no. 48141, July 25 ; 
2 copies received July 25, 1899. 

407 

408 



Harvard varsity crew. 
Substitutes. 



Copyright by Thomas E. Marr, Bos- 
ton. 1899, nos. 40088, 40089, June 17; 

1 copy each rec'd June 17, 1899; 1 copy 
each rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Holy (The) carpet, Cairo, Egypt. 9750. 

409 
Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley, Val- 
lonia,Pa. 1899, no. 44954, July 10; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

"Hoss(A)laff." 410 

Copyright by McCrary & Branson, 
Knoxville, Tenn. 1899, no. 50803, Aug. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

How the Indians store their acorns. 411 

Copyright by Oliver Lippincott, Los 

Angeles, Cal. 1899, no. 48143, July 25; 

2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 

Hudson (Brig. Gen. J. K.) 412 

Copyright by Charles Julias Snyder, 

Topeka, Kans. 1899, no. 4131, Jan. 9; 

1 copy rec'd Oct. 7, 1898 ; 1 copy rec'd 
Aug. 7, 1899. 

Isle of Hope. 413 

Copyright by Victor G. Schreck, 

Savannah, Ga. 1899, no. 45761, July 13; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 






209 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Jefferson (Joseph) under the pine tree at 

Greenacre. 414 

Copyright by Anna Josephine Inger- 

soll, Boston. 1899, no. 63194, Sept."29; 

2 copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Jewell (Violet), no. 1. 415 

Copyright by Jacob Schloss, New 
York/ 1899, no 50942, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Love's messenger. 9652. 416 

Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley, Val- 
lonia, Pa. 1899, no. 41782, June 26; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Mackinac Island, from Round Island, no. 

010078. 417 

Copyright by Detroit photographic 

co., Detroit. 1899, no. 50715, Aug. 5; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Market scene, Esneh, Egypt. 9700. 418 
Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley, Val- 
lonia,Pa. 1899, no. 48763, July 27 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Maryland hunt cup, 1899, long green 

drive. 419 

Copyright by F. H. M. Birckhead, 

Baltimore. 1899, no. 48916, July 28 ; 2 

copies rec'd July 28, 1899. 

Merced (The) river rapids, with Cloud's 

Rest in the distance. 420 

Copvright by Oliver Lippincott, Los 

Angeles, Cal . 1899, no. 48140, July 25 ; 

2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 

Mission La Purisima concepcion. 421 

Copyright by Edwin Deakin, Berke- 
ley, Cal. 1899, no. 62053, Sept. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Mission Nuestra Senora de la Soled ad. 

422 
Copyright bv Edwin Deakin, Berke- 
ley, Cal. 1899, no. 62051, Sept. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 



Mission San Antonio de Padua. 


423 


San Buenaventura. 


424 


San Carlos Barromeo. 


425 


San Diego de Alcala. 


426 


San Fernando de EspaTia. 


427 


San Francisco de Assisi. 


428 


San Francisco de Solono. 


429 


San Gabriel Archangel. 


430 


San Jose. 


431 


San Juan Bautista. 


432 


San Juan Capistrano. 


433 


San Luis Obispo de Tolosa. 


434 


San Luis Rey de Francia. 


435 


San Miguel. 


436 


— — San Rafael. 


437 


Santa Barbara. 


438 


748.°, Vol. 21, No. 3 


4 



Titles— Continued. 

Mission Santa Clara. 439 

Santa Cruz. 440 

Santa Ines. 441 

Copyright by Edwin Deakin, Berke- 
ley, Cal. 1899, nos. 62045, 62041, 62038, 
62049, 62047, 62042, 62037, 62046, 62056, 
62043, 62044, 62054, 62040, 62048, 62052, 
62039, 62055, 62036, 62050, Sept. 25; 2 
copies each rec'd Sept 25, 1899. 

Mosque of Mohammed Ali, interior, Cairo, 

Egypt. 9788. 442 

Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley, Val- 

lonia, Pa. 1899, no. 48775, July 27; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Mountain sheep on Mount Evans. 443 
Copyright by Evan Lewis, Idaho 
Springs, Colo. 1899, no. 63187, Sept. 29 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Old fort from pasture field, Mackinac 
island, no. 03777. 444 

South approach, Mackinac island. 

no. 03775. 445 

Copyright by Detroit photographic 

co., Detroit. *1899, nos. 50709, 50708, 

Aug. 5 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

One old cypress. 446 

Copyright by Oliver Lippincott, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 1899, no. 48136, July 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 

Panorama of Yosemite valley, nos. 1-3. 

447-449 

Copyright by Oliver Lippincott, Los 

Angeles, Cal. 1899, nos. 48133-48135, 

July 25; 2 copies each rec'd June 22. 

1899. 

Prentis (The) trio. 450 

Copyright by Thomas A. Edison. 
Orange, N.J. 1899, no. 50476, Aug. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Relic from Eden; Eden restored. 451 

Copyright by Louis E. Hirschy, To- 
ledo, Ohio. 1899, no. 50804, Aug. 7 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Snow (Lorenzo). 452 

* Copyright bv Fox ^v Symons, Salt 
Lake City, Utah. 1899, no. 56149, Sept. 
1; 1 copy rec'd July 17. L899; 1 copy 

rec'd Aug. 7. 1899. 

Snowy (A) morn on Mirror lake. 153 

Copyright by Oliver Lippinoott, I oa 
Angeles, Cal. 1899.no. 481 12. Jul} 
copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 

Sphinx (The), Gizeh, Egypt, nos. 9781, 
9781a. 15 

Copyright by B, Floyd Singley, Val- 
lonia, Pa. 1899, nos. 48737, t8757.July 
27; 2 copies each ree'd Aug. 7. 1899. 



210 

PHOTOG RAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Sugar loaf rock, Mackinac island, no. 

03788. 456 

Copyright by Detroit photographic 

co., Detroit. 1899, no. 50713, Aug. 5; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Temple of Medinet Hahu, Hypostyle hall, 

Thebes, Egypt. 9709. 457 

Conyright by B. Lloyd Singley, Val- 

lonia^ Pa. 1899, no. 48766, July 27; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Thebes, Egypt. 9722a. 458 

Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley, Val- 
lonia, Pa. 1899, no. 51295, Aug. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Threshing beans in the held, Egypt. 

9759a. 459 

Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley, Val- 

lonia, Pa. 1899, no. 44965, July 10; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Thunderbolt yacht club point. 460 

Copyright by Victor G. Schreck, 
Savannah, Ga. 1899, no. 45762, July 13 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Tilling the soil as in ancient days, Egypt. 

9774. 461 

Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley, Val- 

lonia, Pa. 1899, no. 48750, July 27; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Tip as gran'ma. nos. 946a, 946b. 462, 463 
Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley, Yal- 
lonia, Pa. 1899, nos. 48772, 48773, July 
27; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Two (The) statues of Thothmes III, Kar- 

nak, Egypt. 9701. 464 

Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley, Val- 

lonia, Pa. 1899, no. 48764, July 27; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Vernal Falls from Lady Franklin rock. 

465 
Copyright by Oliver Lipnincott, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 1899, no. 48139, July 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 

Water carriers on the Nile, Egypt. 9705. 

466 
Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley, Val- 
lonia,Pa. 1899, no. 41800, June 26; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

West Bluff, Mackinac. 467 

Copyright by W. H. Gardiner, Mack- 
inac Island, Mich. 1899, no. 50944, Aug. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Wide awake. 468 

Copyright by William H. Burke, 
Haverhill, Mass". 1899, no. 63189, Sept. 
29 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Yosemite Falls from Sentinel hotel. 469 
Copyright by Oliver Lippincott, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 1899, no. 48145, July 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1899. 



IX. FINE ARTS. 

(Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited, according to law, with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the tine arts. Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end oi 
Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Beethoven. 

Copyright by Paul Sonntag, Berlin. 
1899, no. 49288, July 31 ; 1 photograph 
rec'd Aug. 7, 1899. 

Brittany head. 52 

Copyright by George E. Davenport, 
Medlord, Mass. 1899, no. 62063, Sept. 
22 ; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

Dante, Virgil, and Beatrice. 53 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- 
rating co., New York. 1899, no. 63197, 
Sept. 29; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. "' 
1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

51 Elizabeth (St.) of Hungary. 54 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- 
rating^., New York." 1899, no. 63195, 
Sept. 29; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 29, 
1899. 

Farm (A) and fireside family. 55 

Copyright by Crowell & Kirkpat- 

rick co., Springfield. 1899, no. 62935, 

Sept. 28 ; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 28, 

1899. 

Lesson (The). 56 

Copyright by George E. Davenport, 
29, Medford, Mass. 1899, no. 62061, Sept. 
22; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 



211 

FINE ARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Madonna (The) of the blossoms. 57 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- 
rating co v New York. * 1899, no. 63198, 
Sept. 29 ; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 29, 
1899. 

Mother and child. 58 

Copyright by George E. Davenport, 
Medford, Mass. 1899, no. 62062, Sept. 
22; 1 photograph rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 



5:J 



So high? 

Copyright by D. M. Ferry & co., 
Detroit. 1899, no. 62931, Sept. 28; 1 
photograph rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Sydney (Sir Philip) at the siege of Zut- 

pheu. 60 

Copyright by A. S. Van Wickle, Ha- 

zleton, Pa. 1899, no. 63196, Sept. 29; 1 

photograph rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 



X. INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of each title is printed the rubric under which the full title will be found.) 



Abbatt (William), New York: 

Abbatt (W.) The crisis of the rev- 
olution. (Books: 1.) 
Achert & Henckel, Cincinnati: 

Safe (The) and the unsafe way of 
stepping off a car. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
Adams (Francis A.), Philadelphia: 

Adams (F. A.) " Who rules Ameri- 
ca?" (Books: 1.) 
Alliance pub. co., New York : 

Mind. (Books: 1.) 
American bankers' assoc, New York: 
American (The) bankers' association 
standard form fidelity bond. (Books: 
2.) 
American Baptist publication society, 
Philadelphia : 

Duggan (Janie P.) Passion and pa- 
tience. 11th installment. (Books: 3.) 
American book co., New York: 

Geography of California. ( Books : 1. ) 
Peterman* (Alexander L.) Supple- 
ment. The State of Tennessee. (In 
his Elements of civil government.) 
(Books: 1.) 
American lithographic co., New York: 
E 37-39,57-59, 61-63, 68-71,73-77,81, 
F 20. (Photographs.) 
American tract society, New York : 

[Henry, Marv H.] At opening doors. 
(Books: 1.) 
Amrhein chemical co, New York : 

Amrbein (The) chemical company, in- 
corporated, nw. cor. 10th and Chestnut 
sts., Philadelphia, v. 1. (Books: 2.) 
Appleton (D.) & co.,New York: 

Barker (Lewellys F.) The nervous 
system and its constituent neurones. 
(Books: 1.) 

Butterworth (Hezekiah). The story 
of Magellan and the discovery of the 
Philippines. (Books: 1.) 

The treasure ship. (Books: 1.) 

Maguay (Sir William). The heiress 
of the season. (Books: 1.) 



Ascherberg (E.) & co., London: 

Dear little golden-hair. Anthony E. 
Brett; Eille Norwood. (Music.) 

Highwayman (The). Gunby Hadath ; 
A. H. Behrend. (Music.) 

Marguerite waltz. Vittorio Mori. 
(Music.) 

Oh, Susannah. A. W. Burk Peel; 
Knight Pearce. (Music.) 

To beloved by you. Clifton Bingham ; 
Jos. H. Adams. No. 2 in F. (Music. ) 
Ashdown (Edwin), London : 

Seville (The) gipsy maid. Alfred H. 
Hyatt; G. Lardelli. (Music.) 
Associated press, New York: 

Special Berlin cable letter. (Books: 
3.) 

Special London cable letter. (Books : 
3.) 

For Saturday afternoon papers. 

(Books: 3.) 
Augener & co., London : 

Auf clem schaukelpferd. A rnol d 
Krug. (Music.) 

Auf der eisenbahn. Arnold Krug. 
(Music.) 

Deuxmorceaux. Gaston Borch. nos. 
1 and 2. Pour piano. (Musio.) 

no. 1 . Elegie. Pour deux vio- 

lons, viola, violoncello et basso, ( Mu- 
sic.) 

Schlacht der bleisoldaten. Arnold 
Krug. (Music.) 

Sehlittenfahrt. Arnold Krug. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Soldaten kommen ! Arnold Krug. 
(Music.) 
Bailey (John U.) Mackinac Island, Mich. : 

Bailey (John K.\ Mackinac formerly 
Miehilimackinac. (Books: l.) 
Bair (John Franklin), Shelbyville, 111. : 

Hair (J. P.) Lines to the boj s of the 
10th regiment. Pennsylvania volunteer 
infantry, and The rise and tall of 
Spain's power in America. (Books 



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Baker (Ira O.), Champaign, 111. : 

Baker (I. O.) A treatise on masonry 
construction. (Books: 1.) 
Baldwin locomotive works and Westing- 
house electric and manufacturing co., 
Philadelphia and Pittsburg: 

Electric mine locomotives for under- 
ground haulage. (Books: 2.) 
Banks (A. Bleecker), Albany, N. Y. : 

New York supreme court. Reports 
of cases heard and determined in the 
appellate division. (Books: 1.) 
Banks (Chas. T.), Cedar Rapids, Iowa: 
Banks (Chas. T.) "The Vericheck" 
svstem of checking and loading freight. 
(Books: 2.) 
Banks law pub. co., New York : 

Digest (A) of decisions under the 
National bankruptcy act, approved 
July 1,1898. (Books: 1.) 
Barnwell (Wm. O.), Chicago: 

Lustspiel overture. C. E. Pomeroy. 
(Music.) 
Barrington (Paul J.), U. S. : 

Barrington (Paul J. ) Gems of knowl- 
edge. (Books: 1.) 
Bates (Charles Austin), New York: 

Bates (C. A.) The clothing book. 
(Books: 1.) 

-. The drug book. (Books : 1.) 

The furniture book. (Books: 1.) 

The grocery book. (Books: 1.) 

The men's furnishings book. 

(Books: 1.) 

The shoe book. (Books: 1.) 

Bates (Charles Austin) syndicate, New 
York: 

Bates (C.A.) The book for bakers 
and confectioners. (Books: 1.) 

The coal book. (Books: 1.) 

The hardware book. (Books: 1.) 

The jewelry book. (Books: 1.) 

The laundry book. (Books : 1.) 

The liquor book. (Books: 1.) 

The real estate and insurance 

book. (Books: 1.) 

The tailoring book. (Books: 1.) 

The wall paper book. (Books: 

Bell (Chas. C), Boonville, Mo. : 
Bell on finance. (Books:. 3.) 

Bender (Matthew), Albany, N. Y. : 

Jewett (Freeborn G.) Jewett's man- 
ual for election officers and voters in 
the state of New York. (Books: 1.) 

Bennett (Henry), Cedar Rapids, Iowa: 
Bode. Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Clarence. Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Dallas Center, Iowa. (Maps and 
charts.) 

Dows, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Emerson, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Goldfield, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Kalona, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Lowden, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Luverne, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 



Bennett (Henry), Cedar Rapids, Iowa : 

Mechanicsville, Iowa. (Maps and 
charts. ) 

Randolph, Iowa. (Maps and charts. ) 

Renwick, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 

Silver City, Iowa. (Maps and 
charts.) 

Stanwood, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 

West Bend, Iowa. (Maps and 
charts.) 
Bentley (John Theo Dore), New York: 

Tammany (The) chief and the ad- 
miral. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Benziger bros., New York : 

Bonesteel (Mary G.) The story of 
an old house. (Books: 3.) 

O'Malley (Sallie Margaret). Young 
Paul Hoppe. (Books: 3.) 

Sadlier (Anna T.) The mysterious 
doorway. (Books: 3.) 
Bible study pub. co., Boston: 

Bible (The) study union lessons. 
Gospel stories. Child's monthlv. 
(Books: 2.) 

Primary monthly. (Books: 2.) 

Bible (The) study union (or Blakes- 
lee) lessons. Christ blessing little 
children. (Books: 2.) 

Jesus in Jericho. (Books: 2.) 

Review of lessons 27-38. (Books : 

2.) 

The rich young ruler. (Books : 

2.) 
Biddle (A. J.Drexel) and Comba (T.E.), 
Philadelphia and New York: 

Maupassant (Guy de). Strong as 
death. (Books: 1.) 
Billings (Clarence E.), Boston: 

My black Lou. C. E. Billings ; George 
Lowell Tracy. (Music.) 
Birckhead (F.H.M.), Baltimore: 

Maryland hunt cup, 1899, long green 
drive. (Photographs.) 
Bishop (Genevra Johnstone), Los An- 
geles, Cal. : 

Baby in the moon. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Blakiston's (P.) son & co., Philadelphia : 

Gould (George M.) A pocket medi- 
cal dictionary, giving the pronouncia- 
tion and definition of the princijial 
words used in medicine and the col- 
lateral sciences. (Books: 1.) 
Bloom (Sol.), Chicago: 

Girl (The) with the auburn hair. 
Gene Jefferson; Wm. H. Penn. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Kentucky jamboree. Sol. Bloom. 
(Music.) 

Only (The) girl I ever loved. Eve- 
lyn Bloom; Richard Stahl. (Music.) 
Boosey & co., London : 

Beside the manger. First tune. 
Arundel hymns. Henry, Duke of Nor- 
folk; Charles T. Gatty. (Music.) 

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Boosey & co., London : 

Ecce panis angeloruin. Second tune. 
Henry, Duke of Norfolk; Charles T. 
Gatty. (Music.) 
Bowen (James Charles), Salt Lake City: 

Bowen (J. C.) A plea for liberty. 
(Books: 2.) 
Bowen & co., Chicago: 

All aboard for sleepy-land. Words 
and music by Geo. W. Gage. (Music.) 
Bo wen-Merrill company, Indianapolis: 

Scott (John E.) Indiana municipal 
law. (Books: 1.) 

Spencer (Edward Whiton). The 
elements of commercial law, [etc.]. 
(Books: 1.) 
Brainard's (S.) sons co., Chicago: 

Cake- walkers (The). J. Howard 
Johnson. (Music; 

Dancing in the moonlight. G. L. 
Lowell. (Music.) 

Fireflies. Dance eccentric. G. B. 
White. (Music.) 

Flirtation dance. Wm. H. Penn. 
(Music.) 

Immortal love. Paolo F. del Cam- 
piglio. (Music.) 

Jolly (The) pioneers. H. C. Verner. 
(Music.) 

Merry dancers. William Polla. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Old Jasper's cake walk. Saint Sut- 
tle. (Music.) 

On a southern plantation. Walter 
E. Petry. (Music.) 

Only a melody. Daisy V. Wilson. 
(Music.) 

Rag-time medley. Adolph Schroeder. 
nos. 1 and 2. (Music.) 
Brandon (Edgar Ewing), Oxford, Ohio: 

Dumas (Alexandre). Latulipe noire. 
(Books: 1.) 
Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig: 

Good-bye, mj sweetheart. Ludwig 
Englander; Ch. Kraushaar. (Music.) 

Konig Drosselbart. Axel Delmar; 
Gustav Kulenkampff. (Music.) 

Praludium und fuge. E. R. Kroeger. 
(Music.) 

Rococo. Joh. Seb. Bach. no. 1. Bour- 
ree. Joh. Friedr. Fasch; Hugo Rie- 
manu. (Music.) 

Sonate. E. R. Kroeger. (Music.) 
Breyfogle (John W.), Philadelphia: 

Breyfogle (Wm. La Martine). Sense 
and satire. (Books: 1.) 
Brooks (Christopher Parkinson), New 
Bedford, Mass. : 

Railway heads. (Books: 2.) 
Buchanan (R. J.), Pittsburg: 

Reliable newspaper literature. 
(Books: 2.) 
Buckeye music pub. co., Cincinnati: 

Cabman's (The) last trip. Brennen 
and Story. (Music.) 



Bunnett (Edward), Great Britain: 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis, in D 
major. Edward Bunnett. (Music; 
Burke (William H.), Haverhill, Mass. : 

Wide awake. (Photographs.) 
Burroughs (George) and DeBlois (George 
L.), Boston: 

Prices of real estate trust stocks in 
Boston, and information concerning 
them. (Books: 2.) 
Burt (A.L.), New York: 

[Kaler] James Otis. Sarah Dillard's 
ride. (Books: 1.) 
Bush (Lola), Chicago : 

Ladies' supply co. Catalogue for fall 
and winter. (Books: 2.) 
Cady (Alfred Eugene), Providence, R. I. : 
Azorian (An) maid. (Photographs.) 
Going to the fountain. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Caffiii (Chas. H.), Mamaroneck, N. Y. : 
Dewey (The) triumphal arch. 
(Books: 2.) 
Camp (W.M.), Chicago: 

Camp (W. M.) Notes on track. 
(Books: 3.) 
Campbell (Elizabeth Froude), IJ. S. : 

How dear is our country. Words by 
Elizabeth Froude Campbell. Air, Star 
spangled banner. (Music.) 
Carpenter (Frank G.), Washington : 

Uncle Sam's coffee fields. (Books: 3.) 
Carisch & Jiinichen, Milan : 

Jeunesse (La). Albert Cirillo. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Carlton (Thomas M.), San Francisco: 

Taps. Arranged by T. M. Carlton. 
(Music) 
Carter (W. M.), Lewisburg, Tenn. : 

Marshall county, Tenn. (Maps and 
charts.) 
Central fire-proofing co., New York: 

Terra cotta fire-proofing. Advance 
sheets. (Books: 2.) 
Challier (C. A.) & co., Berlin: 

Flirtation. Albert Baumgart. (Mu- 
sic) 
Chappell & co., London : 

In a fairy boat. Edward Tesche- 
macher; D'Auvergue Barnard. Song 
iu E flat. (Music.) 

Reverie (A). William Akermann ; 
Florence A y 1 w aid. (Music. ) 

To what * end f H. D. Lowry; Flor- 
ence Ayl ward. (Music.) 

Woodland (A) way. Cresandia; 
Florence Aylward. (Music.) 
Chase (Charles lie. [thaca, Mich. : 

Chase (Charles H.) Elementary 
principles of economics. (Books: I.) 
Chevalier (A. B.), Wellesley, Mass. : 

Time of B. & A. R. R. trains from 
Brookline to Boston and Boston to 
Brookline. (Books: 2.) 

Newton Highlands to Boston 

and Boston to Newton Highlands. 
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Chicago record, Chicago: 

Abdul Hamid befriends Milan. 
(Books: 3.) 

American firm is favored. (Books: 
3.) 

American wins Spanish prizes. 
(Books: 3.) 

Antwerp honors Yandyck. (Books: 
3.) 

Appeal to Deschanel. (Books: 3.) 

Arrest filibusters in Cuba. (Books: 
3.) 

Battle at Angeles. (Books: 3.) 

Battle at Baliuag. (Books: 3.) 

Be loyal to the government. (Books : 
3.) 

Believes the battle is won. (Books: 
3.1 

Big profit in cacao. (Books: 3.) 

Boers are hemmed iu. (Books: 3.) 
Boers in a ferment. (Books: 3.) 
Bulgarian ministers resign. (Books : 

3.) 

Campos gains strength. (Books: 3.) 
Capt. Parker's sharp fight. (Books : 

3.) 

Celebrate Emperor's birthdav. 

(Books: 3.) 
Conspiracy is upset. ''Books: 3.) 
Cordial toward United States. 

(Books: 3.) 
Crisis is less acute. (Books: 3.) 
Currency of Peru. (Books: 3.) 
Danish dramatist is dead. (Books: 3.) 
Deed of a hired ruffian. (Books: 3.) 
Defends Bismarck's memory. (Books : 

3.) 

Depends on Kriiger. (Books: 3.) 
Dewey delays a trip. (Books: 3.) 
Dewey feels better. (Books: 3.) 
Dewey is at Leghorn. (Books : 3.) 
Dreyfus a more pretext. (Books : 3.) 
Dreyfus good as free. (Books: 3.) 
Failure of Nile to overflow. ( Books : 

3.) 

Favored by Belgian deputies. (Books: 

3.) 

Fond of foreigners. (Books: 3.) 
For German trade in Africa. (Books : 

3.) 

Gen. Pio Del Pilar is wounded. 

(Books: 3.) 
Geographers meet in October. 

(Books: 3.) 

Give hope to Drevfus' friends. 

(Books: 3.) 
Given new courage. (Books: 3.) 
Gives his blood for justice. (Books: 

3.) 

Glasgow's picture gallery. (Books: 

3.) 
Government presents budget. 

(Books: 3.) 
Gratified by Kaiser's speecli . (Books : 

Guerin defies police. (Books: 3.) 



Chicago record, Chicago: 

Guerin may quietly surrender. 
(Books: 3.) 

Havana free of yellow fever. 
(Books: 3.) 

Hope to avert war. (Books: 3.) 

Howard Gould at St. Petersburg. 
(Books: 3.) 

Hungarians assault troops. (Books: 
3.) 

India threatened by famine. (Books : 
3.) 

Italy to act alone. (Books: 3.) 

Jews talk of colonization. (Books: 
3.) 

Justice may yet prevail. (Books: 3.) 

Kaiser feels hurt. (Books: 3.) 

Keeps the court interested. (Books : 
3.) 

King Leopold shows interest. 
(Books: 3.) 

Labori may appear in court. (Books : 
30 

Lebon s sorry plight. (Books : 3. ) 

Letter of Milan's is published. 

(Books: 3.) 
Mercier may imitate Henrv. (Books: 

3.) 

Mercier's shaky testimony. (Books : 

3.) 

Must change the constitution. 

(Books: 3.) 
No designs on northern China. 

(Books: 3.) 
Peace revives Lima. (Books: 3.) 
Peasantry opposing Milan. (Books: 

3.) 
Peru will be represented. (Books: 3.) 
Pizarro's aged fame. (Books: 3.) 
Politics in Peru. (Books: 3.) 
Press attacks the petition. (Books : 

3.) 

Railway company registered. 

(Books: 3.) 
Recall of Butler important. (Books : 

3.) 

Rejects canal bill. (Books: 3.) 
Sager dies of yellow fever. (Books: 

3.) ^ 

Sarcastic attack on Gomez. (Books : 

3.) 

Scenery of Ecuador. (Books: 3.) 
Seems a parody on justice. (Books: 

3.) 

Servian radicals are alarmed. 
(Books: 3.) 

Ships do not stop at Lisbon. ( Books : 
3.) 

Spain anxious over the plague. 
(Books: 3.) 

Stories of the streets and of the town. 
(Books: 3.) 

Sultan is a brother. (Books: 3.) 

Tells of intrigues. (Books: 3.) 

They criticise the emperor. (Books : 
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Chicago record, Chicago : 

To attend Wagnerian festival. 
(Books: 3.) 

To huy supplies in Hongkong. 
(Books: 3.) 

To inspect Bulgarian army. (Books : 
3.) 

Tragedy at Rennes. (Books: 3.) 

Valuable relics unearthed. (Books: 
3.) 

Vandyck exhibition is opened, j 
(Books: 3.) 

Wants a British protectorate. 
(Books: 3.) 

Watching the filibusters. (Books: 
3.) 

W T ill ask the Queens sanction. 
(Books: 3.) 

Will force Mercier to r e t r e a t . j 
(Books: 3.) 

Will keep out of war. (Books: 3.) j 

Will not hurt Dreyfus case. (Books : 
3.) 

Will try to starve Guerin. (Books: 
3.) 

Women as Zionists. (Books: 3.) 

Would give islands to Germany. 
(Books: 3.) 

Zionist congress adjourns. (Books: 
3.) 

Zionists disagree on bank. (Books: 
3.) 

Zionists in session. (Books : 3.) 

Child (Frank H.), Newport, R. I, : 
Columbia. (Photographs.) 

Church (John) co., Cincinnati : 

Dragon-fly. Helen Clendenen ; A 
Buzzi-Peccia. (Music.) 

Give. Frederic H. Cowen. (Music.) 

Lydia. Lizette Woodworth Reese; 
Margaret Ruthven Lang. (Music.) 

Only friends. Helen Clendenen; A. 
Buzzi-Peccia. (Music.) 

Revery. Margaret Ruthven Lang. 
(Music.) 

Rose (A) fable. C. B. Hawley. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Rough-rider (The). Helen Clen- 
denen; A. Buzzi-Peccia. (Music.) 

Seasons (The). Frederic H. Cowen. 
(Music.) 

Song (A) of May. Margaret Ruthven 
Lang. (Music.) 

Spring (A) idyl. Margaret Ruthven 
Lang. (Music.) 

Troubadour (The). Helen Clen- 
denen; A. Buzzi-Peccia. (Music.) 

Clark (Huber), secretary of the State of 
Connecticut, Hartford, Conn : 

Connecticut cases argued and deter- 
mined in the supreme court of errors. 
(Books: 1.) 

Clarke (Addison H.), Baltimore : 

Clarke (A. H.) Architect's handbook 
on cements. (Books: 1.) 



Cole and Johnson, New York : 

Trip (A) to Coontown. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Colliery engineer co., Scranton, Pa.: 
Advanced algebra. (Books: 2.) 
Direct currents. (Books: 2.) 
Electrostatics. (Books: 2.) 
Essential apparatus. (Books: 2.) 
Magnetism and electro-magnetism. 
(Books: 2.) 
Motor design. (Books: 2.) 
Steam and steam boilers. (Books: 
2.) 

Steam engines. (Books: 2.) 
Conn (C. G.) co., New York : 

Anita habanera. Guira dance, no. 2. 
Luis G. Rocha. (Music.) 

Danza guira, "pensando en ti." 
Luis G. Rocha. (Music.) 

Fair (The) coquette. G. E. Conterno. 
(Music.) 

Scorcher (The). George Formosa. 
(Music.) 
Cook (A. N.) & co., Boston : 

Cook (A.N.) & co., hatters and fur- 
riers. (Catalogue.) (Books: 2.) 
Cook (David C.) pub. co., Chicago : 

Porter (Rose). Men's thoughts for 
men. (Books: 1.) 
Coolidge (Harriett Lincoln), Washington : 
Coolidge (H. L.) A letter to the lit- 
tle children. (Books: 3.) 
Cooperative brotherhood, Burley, Wash. : 
Ritual of the Knights of brother- 
hood. (Books: 2.) 
Courier litho. co., Buffalo, N.Y. : 

Bostonians. Pictorial hanger. 

(Chromos and lithographs.) 
Crawford (Charles P.), Milledgeville. 
Ga. : 

Crawford (C. P.) Potomac, (Books: 
3.) 
Crowell (Thomas Y.) & co., Boston: 

Miller (James Russell). Strength 
and beauty. (Books: 1.) 
Crowell & Kirkpatrick co.. Springfield, 
Ohio : 

Farm (A) and fireside family. (Fine 
arts.) 
Dammond (Wm. H.), Waco, Tex. : 

Dammond (Wm. H.) Factoring ra- 
tional integral quantities. (Books: 2.) 
Davenport (George E.), Medford, Mass. : 
Brittany head. (Fine arts.) 
Lesson (The). (Fine arts.) 
Mother and child. (Fine arts.) 
Deakin (Edwin), Berkeley, Gal. : 

Mission La Purisima Conoepoion. 
(Photographs.) 
Nuestra Sonera de la Soledad. 

(Photographs.) 

San Antonio do Padua. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Buenaventura. (Photo- 



san 

graphs.) 

San 

tographs.) 



Carlos Borromeo. (Pho- 



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(Pho- 
(Pho- 
(Pho- 
(Pho- 
(Pho- 



(Pliotographs.) 
Bautista. (Photo- 



Obispo de Tolosa. 



(Pho- 



Deakin (Edwin), Berkeley, Cal. : 
Mission San Diego de Alcala. 
tographs.) 

San Fernando de Espana. 

tographs.) 

> San Francisco de Assisi. 

tographs. ) 

San Francisco de Solono. 

tographs.) 

San Gabriel Archangel. 

tographs. ) 

San Jose. 

San Juan 

graphs. ) 

San Juan Capistrano. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

San Luis 

(Photographs.) 

San Luis Rey de Francia. 

tographs. ) 

San Miguel. (Photographs.) 

San Rafael. (Photographs.) 

Santa Barbara. (Photographs.) 

Santa Clara. (Photographs.) 

Santa Cruz. (Photographs.) 

Sauta Ines. (Photographs.) 

Dean (Frank) & co., London: 

Different kinds of girls. Nat Clif- 
ford; Fred Eplett. (Music.) 

Hey, are you coming back? Frank 
Leo. (Music.) 

She is a sensible girl. Harry Dacre. 
(Music.) 
Dean (Geo. A.), Austin, 111. : 

Dean (Geo. A.) The employment of 
salaried help. (Books: 2.) 
Dehnhoff (K.), New York : 

Adelina Gavotte. Ferdinand Berndt. 
(Music.) 

Ah ! che la morte. Michael Watson ; 
Max Rolle. (Music.) 

Book (The) of gold. L. Streabbog; 
Mas Rolle. (Music.) 

Carnival march. Ferdinand Berndt. 
(Music.) 

Caviilleria rustic ana. P. Mascagni; 
Max Rolle. (Music.) 

Faust. Gounod. D. Krug; Max 
Rolle. (Music.) 

Harp (The) that once thro' Tara'shall. 
Michael Watson; Max Rolle. (Music.) 
In the sunshine. GustavLange; Max 
Rolle. (Music.) 
Denison (T. S.), Chicago : 

Williams (Henry Llewellyn, jr.) The 
new jolly jester. (Books: 1.) 
Detroit photographic co., Detroit, Mich. : 
Arch rock, Mackinac island. (Pho- 
tographs. ) 

Block house, Mackinac island. 
(Photographs.) 

Canadian lock, lower end, Sault Ste. 
Marie. (Photographs ) 

Mackinac island, from Round island. 
(Photographs.) 

Old fort, from pasture field, Macki- 
nac Island. (Photographs.) 



Detroit photographic co., Detroit, Mich. : 

Old fort from south approach, Mack- 
inac Island. (Photographs.) 

Sugar loaf rock, Mackinac Island. 
(Photographs.) 
Devecmon (William C ), Cumberland, 
Md.: 

Devecmon (W. C.) In re Shakes- 
peare's legal acquirements. (Books: 1.) 
Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston: 

Awake the harp, from " The Crea- 
tion. ;; Haydn. R. Gruenwald. (Music.) 

Break forth into joy. Wm. Arms 
Fisher. (Music.) 

Carol, carol, Christians. Edith Row- 
ena Noyes. (Music.) 

Come, Jesus, Redeemer. Rav Palmer ; 
J. C. Bartlett. (Music.) 

In the garden. Franz Riickert ; Rob- 
ert Schumann; Charles Fonteyn Man- 
ney. (Music.) 

Lord of the harvest, Thee we hail. 
J. H. Gurney; Frederic Field Bullard. 
(Music.) 

Love song. Adolf Henselt; Hein- 
rich Kiehl. (Music.) 

March from " Scenes pittoresques." 
J. Massenet; T. H. Rollinson. (Music.) 

Murmuriug brook. CarlBohn; John 
Orth. (Music.) 

Ole Virginuy days. T. H. Rollinson. 
(Music.) 

Serenata. Moritz Moszkowski. 
(Music.) 

To Thee, O Lord, our hearts Ave raise. 
Frank H. Brackett. (Music.) 
Dodd, Mead & co., New York: 

Capes (Bernard). Our lady of dark- 
ness. (Books: 1.) 

Krout (Mary H.) A looker on in 
London. (Books: 1.) 

Saintsbury (George). Matthew Ar- 
nold. (Books: 1.) 
Dunn (T. B.) co., Rochester: 

Sen sen. (Chromos and lithographs.) 

Sen-sen fan. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 
Durham (J. Wesley), Philadelphia: 

Barnett (Lt. Col.) (Photographs.) 
Eaton (Seymour), Lansdowne, Pa. : 

Chicago (The) record's home study 
circle. Directed by Prof. Seymour 
Eaton. (Books: 3.) 
Eaton & Mains, New Y r ork : 

Kiger (James S.). Services of songs 
and response for Sunday schools of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church. (Books : 
2.) 
Edison (Thomas A.). Orange, N. J. : 

Prentis (The) trio. (Photographs.) 
Edwards (R. M.), Calumet, Mich. : 

Copper Range from Portage Lake to 
Adventure mine, Houghton and On- 
tanagon counties, Mich. (Maps and 
charts.) 

Copper Range of northern Michigan. 
(Maps and charts.) 



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Eilaiid (F. L.), Waco, Tex. : 

Edna Brown; or, The girl that holds 
the ties. F. L. Eiland ; Chas. Modesett. 
(Music.) 
Enoch & cie., Par : 

Joyeux Fetards. Ad. Gauwin. 
(Music.) 

March des petits poussius. Ad. 
Gauwin. (Music.) 

Pickpockets (Les). Trebitsck & 
Jost. G. Allier. (Music.) 
Estes (Dana) <fc co., Boston: 

Browne (George Waldo). Two Amer- 
ican hoys in Hawaii. (Books: 1.) 

[Kaler] James Otis. When Dewey 
came to Manila; or, Among the Fili- 
pinos. (Books: 1.) 
Evangelical pub. co., Chicago: 

All the way long it is Jesus. E. C. 
Avis; E. E. Nickerson. (Music.) 

Made perfectly whole. E. A. Hoff- 
man. (Music.) 

Speak just a word. E. C. Avis. 
(Music.) 

Why not now ? Elisha A. Hoffman. 
(Music.) 
Evans ( W. A.), Boston : 

Adelphi march. D. Hartmann. 
(Music.) 

Carnival of the Brownies. John C. 
Walling. (Music.) 

Chink-waltz. Lilla Price. (Music.) 
Darling Daisy Dell. M. A. Knight. 
(Music.) 

Elms. Schottische. D. Hartmann, 
jr. (Music.) 
Farrington (Wilher E.) & co., Boston : 
Scientific laundering. (Books: 2.) 
Feist & Frankenthal, New York : 

All alone. John Queen. (Music.) 
Ferry (D.M.) & co., Detroit: 

So high? (Fine arts ) 
Fillmore brothers, Cincinnati: 

Come unto me. Chas. H. Gabriel. 
(Music.) 

Songs of rest and home. Ida M. 
Budd; Chas. H Gabriel. (Music.) 

Praise ye the Lord. Geo. H. Crosby. 
(Music.) 
Finn (Joseph E.), Roxbury, Mass. : 

"Condensed 200-year reference cal- 
endar.' 7 (Books: 2.) 
Fischer (Henry W.), New York : 

Fischer (H. W.) Even royalty is 
superstitious. (Books: 2.) 
Fiske (John), Cambridge, Mass. : 

Fiske (John). The Dutch and 
Quaker colonies in America. (Books: 
1.) 
Flanagan (A.), Chicago: 

Goodridge (Grace). Scissors and 
paste. (Books: 2.) 
Flautz (Paul), McKeesport, Pa, : 

American (The) boys in blue. Paul 
Flautz. (Music.) 



Flowers (Harry Denton), Great Britain: 
Vesper hymn, no. 1. u Father, give 
us now Thy blessing. H.D. Flowers. 
(Music.) 
Fox & Symons, Salt Lake City: 

Snow (Lorenzo.) (Photographs.) 
Francis, Day &, Hunter, London: 

Don't you feel peculiar ! A. J. Mills, 
Frank Carter, and Tom Conley. (Mu- 
sic.) 

My old short clay. Edgar Bateman, 
Geor. Le Brnnn. (Music.) 

Will you go? T. W. Connor. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Frye (Alexis Everett), Boston : 

Frye (A. E.) Teachers' manual of 
geography. (Books: 1.) 
Fiirstner (Adolph), Berlin: 

Toccata, adagio, und fuge. Johann 
Sebastian Bach; Conrad. Ansorge. 
(Music.) 
Gardiner (W. H.), Mackinac Island, 
Mich. : 

West Bluff, Mackinac. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Geffrion & Belanger, Montreal, Canada: 
Universal secret writing (Chart of). 
(Books: 2.) 
Genoud (Eugene), Chicago: 

Formula of medications curative for 
lost manhood. (Books: 2.) 
German press and plate co., Cleveland : 
Offener schreibebrief des Philipp 
Sauerampfer. (Books: 3.) 
Gill (Joshua), Boston : 

How wondrous the love. C. F. 
Spiller; W. B. Spiller. (Music.) 
Ginu & co., Boston: 

Nichols (Fred Richardson), Smith 
(Charles Henry), and Turton (Charles 
Mark). Manual of experimental 
physics for secondary schools. (Books : 

1.) 
Girometta (Joseph), New Haven, Conn. : 
Girometta (J.) Rules and directions 
for playing the game of arm and ham- 
mer. (Books: 2.) 
Goodpasture (J. R.), Nashville. Tenn. : 
Goodpasture (J. R.) The hope of his 
calling; or, The anointed life. 
(Books: 1.) 
Gould & co., London : 

For all eternity. Angelo Mascheroni : 
Charles Dancla. 2 no's. ^MnsicO 

Free (The) lance. Clifton Bingham; 
Franco Sarroni. 2 nos. (Music.) 
Graves (F. A.), Chicago : 

He'll never forget to keep me. I' A. 
Graves. (Music.) 
Griffith (Griffith KANew York: 

Hymn (A) oi invitation. Fannj A. 
Kimball; (i. E.Griffith. (Mnsic.J 
Guthrie (K. S.) 5 Philadelphia : 

Principles, parables, and poems. 
(Books: 2.) 

Second (The) "Book o( \ 
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Gutman (F. O.), Cleveland : 

Thoughts. Chas. H. Gant. (Music.) 
Hageboeck (A., sen.). Davenport, Iowa: 
Davenport ( Street guide and map of). 
(Maps and charts.) 
Hailman (J. W.), Kansas City, Mo. : 

Best methods of cutting meat. 
(Books: 3.) 

Bookkeeping rules and examples. 
(Books: 3.) 

Breeders' (The) directory. (Books: 
3.) 
Butter making. (Books: 3.) 
Dairying. (Books: 3.) 
Domestic animals. (Books: 3.) 
Feeding cattle. (Books: 3.) 
Garden (The). (Books: 3.) 
Hog (The). (Books: 3.) 
Horse (The). (Books: 3.) 
Household remedies. (Books: 3.) 
Instructive laws for farmers. (Books : 
3.) 

Poultrv as a source of profit. (Books : 
3.) 

Ready-reckoner table. (Books: 3.) 
Sheep (The) ; their ills and how to 
care for them. (Books: 3.) 
Valuable information. (Books: 3.) 
Hall (Edward), Philadelphia: 

Brinkman (A.. B.) The common-sense 
treatment without the use of medicine. 
(Books: 2.) 
Hall (John T.) music pub co., New York : 
Battle of the waves. March and 
two-step. John T.Hall. (Music.) 
Hammond (A.) & co., London: 

Island (An) fair. Florence Hoare; 
Albert W. Ketelbey. (Music. ) 

On wings of love. Derrick Wood- 
ville; A. Glent-Vale. (Music.) 
Hanchett (Fred. Pardee), Pardeeville, 
Wis. : 

Hanchett (F. P.) Public opinion; a 
poem. (Books: 3.) 
Harms (T. B.) & co., New York: 

You've got to do the Alabama pas, 
ma, la! Nathan Bivins. (Music.) 
Harper & bros.,New York: 

Barrett (John). Admiral George 
Dewey. (Books: 1.) 
Harris (Charles K.). Milwaukee: 

"Ma gal has left me." Howard & 
Emerson. (Music.) 
Harris (Ella Isabel), New Haven, Conn. : 
Harris (E. I.) Two tragedies of 
Seneca. (Books: 1.) 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia: 

Album leaf. Julius Zellner ; W. S. B. 
Mathews. (Music.) 

Alone. William Cooper; Thos. 
a'Becket. (Music.) 
Berceuse. Jean Stirling. :Music.) 
Boat (The) ride. Fr. Litterscheid; 
Thos. Williams. (Music.) 

Christmas peace. Fr. Zierau; Thos. 
a'Becket. (Music.) 



Hatch music co., Philadelphia : 

Congratulations. W. Popp; Thos. 
Williams. (Music.) 

Eidullion. Robert C. I. Clarke ; Thos. 
a'Becket. (Music.) 

In May. Eduard Rohde ; Thos. Wil- 
liams. (Music.) 

Ladislaw. M. Schyralski; Thos. 
a'Becket. (Music.) 

Meditation at evening. Julius Zell- 
ner; W. S. B. Mathews. (Music.) 

Novellette. Hugo Reinhold; W. S. 
B.Mathews. (Music.) 

Preparatory five-finger exercises. 
Aloys Schinitt; Thos. a'Becket. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Sardonyx. Henri Latour. Thos. 
Williams. (Music.) 

Snowflakes. William Cooper; Thos. 
a'Becket. (Music.) 

Thirty-six elementary and progres- 
sive studies. H. E. Kayser; Bernhard 
Listemanu. Book 2. (Music.) 

Till we meet again. Fr. Spindler. 
(Music.) 

Toccatina. G. Lardelli. Thos. a'Beck- 
et. (Music.) 
Hawkins (A. H.), Loudon: 

[Hawkins] Anthony Hope. The 
king's mirror. (Books: 1.) 
Heinrichshofen's verlag, Magdeburg, Ger- 
many : 

Weihnachtsgabe. Hans Hermann. 
(Music.) 
Hernshein (S. ) bros. & co., ltd., Chicago : 
"Good (A) draw." Chromos and 
lithographs.) 
Heugel et cie., Paris: 

Cendrillon. J. A. Anschiitz. (Music.) 
Hewlett (Maurice), London: 

Hewlett (Maurice). Little novels of 
Italy. (Books: 1.) 
Higginson (Mrs. Ella), New Whatcomb, 
Wash. : 

Higginson (Ella). The dove-colored 
door. (Books: 3.) 
Hirschy (Louis E.), Toledo. Ohio : 

Relic from Eden; Eden restored. 
(Photographs.) 
Hjorth (LudAvig C), Neenah, Wis. : 

Neenah, Wis. (Maps and charts.) 
Holt (H. H.), Tacoma, Wash. : 
Gilbert. (Photographs.) 
Holt (Henry) & co., New York : 

Erckmann [Emil] and Chatrian 
[Alexandre] Contes fantastiques. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hooke (C.W.),U. S. : 

Fielding (Howard). On the 6 o'clock 
express. (Books: 3.) 
Horton (Guv Bertram), North Clarendon, 
Vt. : 
Laurea (The). (Books: 1.) 
Hovendon (John), New York: 

Ellis (Edward Sylvester). Dewey 
and other naval commanders. (Books : 
1.) 



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Howard & Doyle, Chicago : 

Lost (The) paradise. (Dramatic com- 
positions.) 
Huntley (Lorenzo E.), Philadelphia: 

When my love returns to me. Lorenzo 
Huntley. (Music.) 
Hyde (William De Witt), Brunswick,Me. : 
Hyde (W. D.) God's education of 
man. (Books: 1.) 
Ingersoll (Anna Josephine), Boston : 

Jefferson (Joseph) under the pine 
tree at Greenacre. (Photographs.) 
Jakn (Carl G.), Columhus, Ohio: 

Obio, circuit court, reports of cases 
argued and determined. (Books: 1.) 
Janin et ses tils, Lyon : 

Moulin (Le). Dominique Flachat; 
Edmond Missa. (Music.) 

Roseaux (Les) chanteurs. Domi- 
nique Flachat; Edmond Missa. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Jenkins' (J. W.) sons' music co., Kansas 
City, Mo. : 

Belle of Havana. Chas. L.Johnson. 
(Music.) 

Dorothy. Malcolm Nicholson ; H. O. 
Wheeler. (Music.) 

Referee (The) march. Wesley Wells. 
(Music.) 
Johns (D. Gilbert) & co., Philadelphia: 
Where is Sylva gone? D. Gilbert 
Johns. (Music.) 
Johnson (H. C), Minot, N. Dak. : 

Gaa varlig min Kristen. Hans C. 
Johnson. (Music.) 
Judd (A. W.), Chattanooga, Tenn. : 

Evolution of a smile. (Photographs.) 
Kansas City star co., Kansas City, Mo. : 
Trade (The) in live stock. (Books: 
3.) 
Kipling (Rudyard), England: 

Kipling (Rudyard). The dav's work. 
(Books: 1.) 

The king. (Books: 3.) 

Stalky & co. (Books: 1.) 

Kirkpatrick (Wm. J.), Philadelphia: 

God is calling. J. Borthwick; Wm. 
J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 
Kistner (Fr.), Leipzig: 

Schottisches concert. A. C. Macken- 
zie. (Music.) 
Klopsch (Louis), New York : 

Bible. New Testament. English. 
The New Testament of our Lord and 
Saviour Jesus Christ. (Books: 1.) 

Talmage (Rev. T. De Witt). Heroes 
of the navy. (Books: 3.) 

The hornet's mission. (Books: 3.) 
Lancaster (James H.) co., New York : 
Lancaster (The) acetylene gas gen- 
erators. (Books: 2.) 
Lauglois (LCon), Paris: 

Fin de rove. Intermezzo par Ch. 
Pons. (Music.) 



Lea brothers & co., Philadelphia: 

COakley (Cornelius Godfrey). A 
manual of diseases of the nose and 
throat. (Books: 1.) 

Park (Roswell). A treatise on sur- 
gery by American authors. (Books: 1.) 

Progressive medicine. (Books: 1.) 
Lee & Shepard, Boston: 

Westley (G. Hembert). For love's 
sweet sake. (Books: 1.) 
Lewis (Evan), Idaho Springs, Colo : 

Mountain sheep on Mount Evans. 
(Photographs.) 
Lippincott (Oliver), Los Angeles, Cal. : 

Chilnooalna falls, Wawona. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Early morn at Mirror lake and 
Cloud's Rest. (Photographs.) 

Half dome and Merced river from 
Sentinel hotel. (Photographs.) 

Half dome from Merced river. (Pho- 
tographs. 

Happy (The) isles and rapids. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

How the Indians store their acorns. 
(Photographs.) 

Merced (The) river rapids, with 
Cloud's Rest in the distance. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

One old cypress. (Photographs.) 

Panorama of Yosemite valley. ( Pho- 
tographs.) 

Snowy (A) morn on Mirror lake. 
(Photographs.) 

Vernal falls from Lady Franklin 
rock. (Photographs.) 

Yosemite falls from Sentinel hotel. 
(Photographs.) 
Livingston (Francis), U. S. : 

Livingston (Francis). A born detec- 
tive. (Books: 3.) 
Longmans, Green, & co., New York: 

Brent (Charles H.) ' With God in the 
world. (Books: 1.) 

Lowrie (Walter). The doctrine of 
Saint John. (Books: 1.) 

Mason (Alfred Edward Woodier*, 
and Lang (Andrew). Parson Kelly. 
(Books: 1.) 

Salmon (David). Longmans' school 
grammar. (Books: 1.) 
Lothrop pub. co., Boston : 

Black (Alexander). Captain Kodak. 
(Books: 1.) 
Lux (Francis A.), Boston: 

Lux's holiday cuts. (Books: 3.) 
McClure (S. S.) co., New York : 

Telectroscope (The). ( Books : 2.) 
McCourtney (W.) & Lyle (R. C), Ne'W 
York : 

Mct'ourtnev's harmonic chart tor 
pianos and organs. [Instructions]. 
(Books: 2.) 
MoCrary «& Branson, Knoxville, IVnn. : 

•• ll'oss (A) kitty (Photographs.) 



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Me Daniel (Maggie D.), Milt on vale, 
Kans. : 

Kansas (The) volunteer. Maggie 
Ford McDaniel. (Music.) 
McLeod (J.B.j, Chicago: 

Jesus, my Lord, my all. J. B. Mc- 
Leod. (Music.) 
McLin (Robert O.), Kansas City, Mo. : 
McLin (R. O.) The trust family. 
(Books: 1.) 
Macmillan (Tke)co., New York: 

Froissart [Jean]. Stories from Frois- 
sart. (Books: 1.) 

MacBride (Thomas Huston). The 
North American slime-moulds. 
(Books: 1.) 

Wise (John Sergeant). D i o m e d. 
(Books 1.) 
Man (Thomas E.), Boston: 

Harvard varsity crew. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

Harvard varsity crew substitutes. 
(Photographs.) 
Maynard, Merrill & co., New York: 

Merrill's spelling blank. Vertical 
script. (Books: 2.) 
Meiser (Jesse A.), Woodland, Va. : 

China pheasants. (Photographs.) 
Meyer (Ed. A.) & co., Philadelphia: 

Frog's (The) waltz. C. de Janon. 
(Music.) 
Miller (Miss Rose Evelvn), Great Falls, 
Mont. : 

Rainbow (The) two-step. By R. E. 
Miller. (Music.) 
Mills (F. A.), New York: 

Over the hills to Jersey. Theo. 
Northrup. (Music.) 
Molineux (George), New York: 

Adagio. Walter Decker. (Music.) 
Andante, from " Orpheus." Gluck. 
Francis J. Barrett. (Music.) 

Andante in D. Frank C. Harring- 
ton. (Music.) 

Grand postlude in C. J.W. Lerman. 
(Music.) 

Larghetto in E flat. Frank C. Har- 
rington. (Music.) 

Lost (The) chord. Sullivan. W. B. 
Goiite. (Music.) 

Melody in E. Clarence T. Steele. 
(Music.) 

Voluntary no. 9. J. W. Lerman. 
(Music.) 

Moore (P. Frankfort), Great Britain: 
Moore (F. F.) Well, after all— 
(Books: 1.) 

Moore ( John), Columbia, Tenn. : 

Moore (J. T.) Birds and other 
people. (Books: 3.) 
Moss (Oscar Burnham), Chicago: 

Moss (O. B.) Before the mirror. 
(Books: 1.) 

Mueller (Joachim C), U. S. : 

Mueller (J. C.) Idiomata linguae 
latime. (Books: 1.) 



Mulkey (Mrs. Abe.), Texas: 

Cow (The) boy's dream. Tom Flow- 
ers; Pratt Louise Mulkey. (Music.) 
M imger (Theodore T.). New York: 

Munger (T. T. ) Horace Bushnell, 
preacher and theologian. (Books: 1.) 
Murray (John A.), N. Toledo, Ohio : 

Send my Jack home again. John A. 
Murray. (Music.) 
Mutual mercantile agency, New York : 
Treatise (A) on the normal loss on 
credit sales, with appending tables. 
(Books: 2.) 
Mutzenbergh (Charles G.), Hyden, Ky. : 
Mutzenbergh (C. G. ) Kentucky's 
famous feuds and tragedies. (Books: 

1.) 

Naegele (Charles Frederick), New York: 

" Foreboding." (Photographs.) 
National educational co., Chicago: 

Adjectives. Exact meaning and cor- 
rect use. (Books: 2.) 

Arbor- day (An) tree. (Books: 2.) 
Around the year. (Books: 2.) 
At play in the barn. (Books: 2.) 
Autumn. (Books: 2.) 
Autumn flowers (continued). 

(Books: 2.) 
Awakening life. (Books: 2.) 
Baby (The). (Books: 2.) 
Birds. (Books: 2.) 

continued. (Books: 2.) 

Blacksmith (The) shop. (Books: 2.) 
Blue (The) and gray. (Books: 2.) 
Cats. (Books: 2.)' 
Christmas. (Books: 2.) 
Christmas cheer. (Books: 2.) 
Christmas in Germany. (Books: 2.) 
Cinderella. (Books: 2.) 
Columbus. (Books: 2.) 
Conjunctions and interjections. 

(Books: 2.) 
Daffodils and tulips. (Awakening 

life.) (Books: 2.) 

Declaration of independence. (Books : 

2.) 

Dogs. (Books: 2.) 

Down the river from forest to mill. 

(The preposition.) (Books: 2.) 
Fables about cats and dogs. (Books : 

2.) 

Farmyard (A). (Books: 2.) 

Four friends of the children. (Books : 

2.) 

Franklin. (Books: 2.) 

Fruit. A true story. (Books: 2.) 

Fruit (The) of the field. (Books : 2.) 

(continued.) (Books: 2.) 

Fruit (Ripened. Seed case). (Books: 

2.) 

Gathering apples. (Books: 2.) 

Germination. (Books: 2.) 

Happy davs by river and ocean. 

(Books:" 2.) 
Harvest of cotton. (Books: 2.) 
Harvest of grain. (Books: 2.) 
Harvest of nuts. (Books: 2.) 



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National educational co., Chicago: 
Harvest ot tea. (Books: 2.) 
Indian (An) home. (Books: 2.) 
Island (An) home. (Books: 2.) 
Letter-writing. (Books: 2.) 
Lights (The) of the world. (Books : 

2.) 

Longfellow. (Books: 2.) 
Lowell, Emerson, Holmes, and Bry- 
ant. (Books: 2.) 
Minnehaha. (Books: 2.) 
Modes of travel, past and present. 

(Books: 2.) 
Mountain (The) and the brook. 

(Books: 2.) 
Nature's patterns. Geometrical 

forms. (Books: 2.) 

Noble (The) knight. (Books: 2.) 
Old (The) brown homestead. (Books : 

2.) 

Picnic in the barn. (Books: 2.) 
Pilgrim homes. (Books: 2.) 
Plural forms. (Books: 2.) 
Possessives. (Books: 2.) 
Primary language series for use in 

primarv and intermediate grades. 

(Books': 2.) 
Proverbs. (Books: 2.) 
Quotations from Lowell, Emerson, 

Holmes, and Bryant. (Books: 2.) 
Rainy (A) day. (Books: 2.) 
Rip Van Winkle. (Books: 2.) 
Robinson Crusoe. (Books: 2.) 
Sentence (The) and the noun. 

(Books: 2.) 
Snow. Winter sports. (Books: 2.) 
Spring. (Books: 2.) 
Tropical (A) and an arctic home. 

(Books: 2.) 
True (A) story. The flower and the 

bee. (Books: 2.) 
Two steamships. Past and present. 

(The adverb.) (Books: 2.) 
Washington and Lincoln. (Books: 

2.) 

Water animals. (Books: 2.) 
Whittier. (Books: 2.) 
Windy (A) day. (Books: 2.) 
Neale co., Washington: 

American statesmen. (Books: 2.) 

Nebraska clothing co., Kansas City, Mo. : 
Nebraska clothing co., Kansas City, 
Mo. [Catalogue.] (Books: 2.) 

Omaha, Nebr. [Catalogue.] (Books: 
2.) 
Newell (Ralph Orlin), O'Neil, Nebr. : 

We shall meet, but we shall miss 
them. Ralph Orlin Newel}. (Music.) 

Newhousc (Mary Emma), Grand Rapids. 
Mich. : 

Hurrah for you, old glory. T. D. 
English; Mary E. Newhouse. (Music.) 

New York telephone co.,New York: 

New York telephone company. Tcle- 
phone directory. (Books: 1.) 



Nichols (Lizzie A.), Lynn, Mass. : 

When love shall conquer death ; or, 
Everybody square. (Dramatic compo- 
sitions.) 
Nicolao (G.), U. S. : 

Ti prego, O Padre. H. S. Caswell ; 
G. Nicolao. (Music.) 
Norwich nickel and brass co., Norwich, 
Conn. : 

Art (The) of window dressing. 
(Books: 2.) 
Novell© & co., ltd., London: 

Church choir chant book. Sir John 
Staiuer; L. S. Tuckwell. 13nos. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Benedictus, qui venit and Agnus Dei. 
no. 2. John Stainer. nos. 1 and 2. 
(Music.) 
Nunn (Richard Joseph), Savannah, Ga. : 
Nunn (R. J. ) The building of a rite. 
(Books: 2.) 
Open (The) court pub. co., Cbicago: 

Cornill (Carl Hein rich). Geschichte 
des volkes Israel. (Books: 1.) 

Ribot (Theodule). The evolution of 
general ideas. (Books: 1.) 
Osgood & Davis, Rochester, N. Y. : 

Sen-sen girl. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 
Ottolengui (Rodrigues), New York: 

Ottolengui (Rodrigues). Ignis 
fatuus. (Books: 3.) 
Page (L. C.) & co., Boston: 

Browne (George Waldo). The wood 
ranger. (Books: 1.) 
Palm letter co., Cincinnati: 

Palm (The) letter co. Illustrated 
sample book and price list of Palm's 
patent transfer letters. (Books: 2.) 
Patey & Willis, London : 

Bring unto the Lord, O ye mighty. 
Henry Knight; Ferris Tozer. (Music.) 
Peck (Geo. W.), Milwaukee: 

Peck (Geo. W.) Peck's Uncle Ike 
and the red-headed boy. (Books: 3.) 
Pepper (J. W.), Philadelphia: 

Honey, I do love you. Howard and 
Emerson. 2 nos. (Music.) 

Fll always forgive you. Howard and 
Emerson. 2 nos. (Music.) 
Pernin (H. M.), Detroit : 

Pernin (H. M.) Pernin's universal 
phonography. (Books: 1.) 
Peyser (Mark W.), Richmond: 

Peyser (Mark W.) Manual of the 
physics of physiology. (Books: 1.) 
Pfefferkorn (Will L.), Milwaukee: 

Frolics of the Brownies. Will 1-. 
Pfefferkorn. (Music.) 
Pierpont music pub. co.. Detroit: 

Red (The), white, and blue. March 
for piano. C.Pierpont. (Music.) 
Pierson (Geo. S.), Kalamazoo, Mich. : 
Staley (Cady) and Pierson (G. S 
The separate system of sewerage. 
(Books: L.) 



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Plothow (Georg), Berlin: 

Sechs bagatellen. Johannes Palas- 
chko. nos. 1-6. (Music.) 
Polish publishing co., Chicago; 

Boleslan Krzywousty. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Boleslaw K^dzierzawy. no. 10. 

(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Boleslaw Smialy. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Kazimierz Mnich. (Odnowiciel). 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Kazimierz Sprawiedliwy. no. 12. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Mieczyslaw Stary. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Wtadyslan II. no. 9. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Wladyslaw Herman. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Polk (R. L.) & co., Detroit: 

Polk, R. L. &. co. Polk's Jackson 
city and county directory. (Books: 1.) 
Press publishing co., New York: 

Lib-bey (Laura Jean). How men 
write letters when the tender passion 
thrills them. (Books: 3.) 
Priests of Pallas, Kansas City, Mo. : 

Cuban (A) home. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Exit "Willie Wallie" Astor. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Harvest (The) of 1899. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Lion (The) in love. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints. ) 

Morro castle. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Official program [cover.] (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Pallas. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Path (The) of the typhoon. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Rainbow falls of Hilo. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Street (A) corner in Manila. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Puterbaugh (D. G.), Eureka, 111.: 

Manufacturer's (The) lexicon of in- 
formation. (Books: 2.) 
Quiuzard (A) et cie., Paris : 

Brises (Les) d' Hawa'i. Mme. An- 
tonia de Gaste. (Music.) 

Pardon (Le). Will Chaumet. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Rand, McNally & co., Chicago: 

Chicago (The) chronicle's unrivaled 
atlas of the world. (Books: 1.) 

Minneapolis (The) tribune unrivaled 
atlas of the world. (Books: 1.) 
Recker (Robert), New York: 

Heroes of the war. Phil Sheridan; 
Robert Recker. (Music.) 

Presidents. Phil Sheridan; Robert 
Recker. (Music.) 



i Red Cross hygienic co., Chicago : 

Important (An) discovery for farmers. 
(Books: 2.) 
; Ricordi (G.) & c, Milano : 

Bohenie (La). G. Puccini. 2eme 
transcription. J. Danbe. 2nos. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Coro delle mousme e romanza d' Iris. 
Atto 1. Pietro Mascagni; Sigismondi 
Cesi. (Music.) 
Rosenfeld (Monroe H.), Brooklyn: 

Field (Eugene). A tiny letter. 
(Books: 3.) 
Rosetikrans (Eugene H.), Newark, N. J. : 
Fatal (The) diamond. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Royster (Nicholas), Cairo, Ky. : 

Rovster (N.) Monometallism. 
(Books: 1.) 
Runyon (E. Walter), Sidney, Iowa: 

Runyon (E. Walter). Fall and winter 
catalogue, 1899-1900. (Books: 2.) 
Saalfiekl (Richard A.), New York: 

Dorette. Howard Graham; Chas. 
Graham. (Music.) 

She never told him so. Chas. Gra- 
ham; Howard Graham. (Music.) 
St. John (Thomas M.), New York: 

St, John (Thomas M.) Fun with 
soap-bubbles. (Books: 2.) 
Sargent co., Chicago: 

Knuckle chart. (Books: 2.) 
Saunders (W. B.), Philadelphia: 

Nancrede (Charles Byland). Essen- 
tials of anatomy. (Books: 1.) 
Sa^ ers (C. C), Lebanon, Pa. : 

We three. March. C. C. Sayers. 
(Music.) 
Schlesinger'sche buch- und musikhand- 
lung. (Rob. Lienau), Berlin : 

Z wei konzert etiiden. Ernst Kullak. 
nos. 1 and 2. (Music.) 
Schloss (Jacob), New York: 

Jewell (Violet). (Photographs.) 
Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston: 

Deux pieces de salon. Louis H. 
Meyer, nos. 1 and 2. (Music.) 

March of the Dryads. Arthur Dana. 
(Music.) 

Meadow (The) brook. Gustav War- 
tenstein. Arthur Dana. (Music.) 

Procession of the elves. Arthur 
Dana. (Music.) 

Queen (The) of May. Frederick W. 
Bancroft; W. Hermaiin. (Music.) 

Song ( A.) of summer. Alice H. Baker. 
(Music.) 

Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace. 
J. Baptiste Calkin. Ed. by F. Meyer. 
(Music.) 

Wood (The) nymph's wedding march. 
Arthur Dana. (Music.) 
Schmitz (John Peter), San Francisco: 
Schmitz (J. P. ) Over 3.000 questions 
on laws of the human body or physi- 
ology. (Books: 1.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Sckott's (B.) sohne, Mayence, Germany: 
Prelude to Parsifal. R. Wagner; 
Edwin H. Lemare. 2nos. (Music.) 

Sposalizio. F.Liszt; Edwin H. Le- 
mare. (Music.) 

Trois morceaux. Christopher Wil- 
son, nos. 1 and 3. (Music.) 
Schreck (Victor G.), Savannah, Ga. : 
All souls' church, Vanderbilt estate. 
(Photographs.) 
Isle of Hope. (Photographs.) 
Thunderbolt yacht club poiut. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Schuberth (Edward) & co., New York: 
Rounders (The). Ludwig Englander ; 
Chas. Kraushaar. (Music.) 
Schweers & Haake, Bremen, Germany : 
Traum der sennerin. Aug. Labitzky. 
(Music.) 
Scott, Foresman & co., Chicago: 

Riggs (John Davis Seaton). In lati- 
num. (Books: 1.) 

Scott (Sir Walter). Ivanhoe. (Books: 

1.) 

Marmion. (Books: 1.) 

Scribner's (Charles) sons, New York: 

Mitchell (Donald Grant). American 
lands and letters. (Books: 1.) 
Shepp (John B.) music co., Philadelphia : 

Doan you tread on my toes, coon. 
John B. Shepp; H. L. Kami. (Music.) 
Sherman, Clay & co., San Francisco: 

Because you love me. E. M. D. ; Max 
Hirschfeld. (Music.) 
Silver, Burdett & co., Boston : 

Arnold (Sarah Louise) and Gilbert 
(Charles B.) Primeros peldaiios de 
liter atura. (Books: 1.) 
Simrock (N.), Berlin: 

Belle (La) Francoise. Charles Bohm. 
(Music.) 

Mazurka de la reine. Charles Bohm. 
(Music.) 

Rose rouge. Charles Bohm. (Music.) 

Sonate. N. Lago. (Music.) 

Tremolo. Charles Bohm. (Music.) 
Singley (B. Lloyd), Vallonia, Pa. : 

Baby (A) of the desert, Egypt. 
(Photographs.) 

Beduin of the desert, Egypt. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Bishareen Arab and camels, Assuan, 
Egypt. (Photographs.) 

Buffalo race, Luxor, Egypt. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Holy (The) carpet, Cairo, Egypt. 
(Photographs.) 

Love's messenger. (Photographs.) 

Market scene, Esneh, Egypt. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Mosque of Mohammed Ali, interior, 
Cairo, Egypt. (Photographs.) 

Sphinx (The), Gizeh, Egypt. (Pho- 
ographs.) 

Temple of Medinet Habn, Hypostyle 
hall. Thebes, Egypt. (Photographs. ) 

Threshing beans in the field, Egypt. 
(Photographs.) 



Singley (B. Lloyd), Vallonia, Pa. : 

Tilling the soil as in ancient days, 
Egypt. (Photographs.) 

Tip as gran'ma. (Photographs.) 
Two (The) statues of Thothnies III, 
Karnak, Egypt. (Photographs.) 

Water carriers on the Nile, Egypt. 
(Photographs.) 
Smith (J. Ernest), Wilmington, Del. : 

Smith (J. E.) The law of private 
companies relating to business corpo- 
rations organized under the general 
corporation laws of the state of Dela- 
ware, etc. (Books: 1.) 
Suvder (Charles Julins), Topeka, Kans. : 
Hudson (Brig. Gen. J. K.). (Photo- 
graphs. ) 
Sonntag (Paul), Berlin: 

Beethoven. (Fine arts.) 
Spaulding (Geo. L.), New York : 

My Susie-Anna from Louisiana. Tom 
McGuire; Sid. L. Perdu. (Music.) 
Speer ( Wm. W.), Chicago : 

Speer ( W. W.) Advanced arithmetic. 
(Books: 1.) 
Sperry & Morgan, Hartford, Conn. : 

Bankers' maturity guide and holiday 
calendar. (Books: 2.) 
Standard fashion co., New York : 

Colored fashion plate. (Lithographs.) 
Stern ( Jos. W.) & co., New York: 

In the shadow of the Carolina hills. 
George Taggart; Max S. Witt. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Stewart & Bauer, Philadelphia: 

Berceuse. Benj. F. Knell. (Music.) 
Brownies' (The) parade. Patrol. 
Paul Eno. (Music.) 
Stoker (Thomas), Englefield Green, Eng- 
land : 

Stoker (T.) The Pundit. (Books: 1.) 
Stone (Herbert S.) & co., Chicago: 

Gordon (Samuel). Lesser destinies. 
(Books: 1.) 
Stout (Oliver H.), Westport, Ind. : 

Stont (Oliver H.) Stories of the 
past. (Books: 2.) 
Street & Smith, New York : 

[Coryell, John Russell.] Gideon 
Drexel's millions; or, A puzzling ease. 
(Books: 1.) 
Diamond Dick, jr. (Books: 2.) 
Lounsberry (Lionel). Won at Y\ r es1 
Point; or. An army cadet in school and 
camp. (Books: 1.) 
Nick Carter weekly. (Books 
Tip top weekly, (Books: 2.) 
Strobridge lithographing CO., Cincinnati : 
Arrival. (Chromos and lithographs. ) 
Escape. (Chromos and Lithographs.) 
story. (Chromos and lithogra] 
Touch. (Chmmos and lithographs.) 
Tramps. (Chromosand lithographs.) 
Strong (Mrs. Isobel), New York: 

Stevenson (Robert Louis'. lenila. 
(Books: 1.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Summers (LelandL.), Denver: 

Summers (L. L.) Power booklet. ! 
(Books: 2.) 
Thompson (John G.) and (Thomas E.), 
Fitchburg and Leominster, Mass. : 

Thompson (J. G.) and (T. E.) For j 
childhood days. (Books: 1.) 
Thompson music co., Chicago: 

As old Wisconsin scenes come back 
to me. E. H. Brooks; Arthur Wells. 
(Music.) 
Thurston (I.T.), U.S.: 

Thurston (I. T.) The captain of the 
cadets. (Books: 1.) 
Tiffany glass and decorating co., N. Y. : 
Dante, Virgil, and Beatrice. (Fine I 
arts.) 

Elizabeth (St.) of Hungary. (Fine : 
arts.) 
Madonna (The) of the blossoms. (Fine j 

Titcomb (John W.), St. Johnsbury, Vt. : 

Chapter (A) on the artificial propa- 
gation of the brook trout. (Books : 2.) 
Tontine surety co., Detroit: 

Investment (An). (Books: 2.) 
Tousey (Frank), New York: 

Pluck and luck. (Books: 2.) 

Secret service. (Books: 2.) 

Work and win. (Books: 2.) 
Trabadelo (A. de), Paris: 

Dans les jasmins. A. de Trabadelo 
(Music.) 
Trigg (J.S.), U.S.: 

Trigg (J. S.) Farm, orchard, and j 
garden. (Books: 3.) 
Trine (Ralph Waldo), Boston: 

Trine (Ralph Waldo). What all the 
world's a-seeking. (Books: 1.) 
U. S. playing card co., Cincinnati: 

Congress designs. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
United States printing co., Cincinnati : 

Bug house. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Counterfeiter's den. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Devere (Bill). (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Drum majors. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Dummies. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Family outing. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Pm crazy. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Never see her again. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Pierrot et premiere. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Portraits. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Toby's mistake. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Van Wickle (A. S.), Hazleton, Pa, : 

Sydney (Sir Philip) at the siege of 
Zutphen. (Fine arts.) 



Wallace R. T.), Gainesville, Fla, : 

Directions for playing the game of 
red, white, and blue. (Books: 3.) 
Walker (Geo. H.) & co., Boston: 

New Hampshire (Map of southeast- 
ern). (Maps and charts.) 

New Hampshire (Map of southwest- 
ern). (Maps and charts.) 
Ward (Chas. B.) music co., New York: 

Dawn waltzes. George Herrmann. 
(Music.) 

''I'm happy when Pm by ma baby's 
side." Dan Evans; Chas. B. Ward. 
(Music.) 

Leave your razors at the door. Dave 
Reed, jr. ; Chas. B. Ward. (Music.) 

Ma lady Lou. Chas. W. Doty; Ed- 
win S. Brill. (Music.) 

She always loved you, mother. Chas. 
Graham. (Music.) 

When you come back to Georgia. 
(Music.) 
Ward (Montgomery) & co., Chicago: 

Ward (Montgomery) & co. catalogue. 
(Books: 1.) 
Wasson (Chas. L.), Lincoln, 111. : 

Celebrating the escalade at tower of 
Champel, Geneva, Switzerland. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Dimpled (The) darlings and the 
downey ducklings. (Photographs.) 
Wasson's (J. H.) sons, Columbus, Ohio : 

Who said salt? (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
Weaverson (Brownie Rathbone), Chi- 
cago : 

Weaverson (B. R.) The Brownie 
girls. (Books: 1.) 
Weber, Fields & Stromberg, New York : 

My sweetheart Jamie. Arthur Dunn. 
(Music.) 

One love, the only one. John F. 
Leonard. (Music) 
Weekes & co., London : 

Dreaming. Arthur Somervell. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Minuetto espressivo. Arthur Somer- 
vell. (Music.) 
Welsh (Charles), U. S. : 

Welsh (Charles). Their onlv joy. 
(Books: 3.) 
Werner co., Akron, Ohio : 

Eisenbahntruppe auf dem Tempel- 
hofer feld, oberbau libend. Railway 
troops practicing at the Tempelhof 
drill grounds. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Fusz-artillerie am geschiitz. Rhei- 
insches fusz-artillerie-regiment nr. 8. 
Heavy artillery at the gun. 8th regi- 
ment of heavy artillery (Rhenish). 
(Chromos and lithographs.) 

Husaren undUlanen zerstoren tele- 
graphenleitungen und eisenbahnen. 
Hussars and Uhlans destroying tele- 
graph wires and railroads. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Werner co., Akron, Ohio: 

In der reitbahn. Freier sprung. 
Konigs-ulanen-regiinent. (1. Hanno- 
verisches) nr. 13. At the riding hall. 
Flying jump. 13th regiment of Uhlans 
(1st Koyal Hanoverian Uhlans). 
(Chronios and lithographs.) 

Koniglich-sachsisches feld-artillerie- 
regiment nr. 12. 12th regiment of held 
artillery (Royal Saxon). (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 

Leibgendarmerie. Zweiter zug 
(Leibgarde I. M. der Kaiserin). Body- 
guard of H. M. the Empress, 2d pla- 
toon. (Chromos and lithographs.) 

Matrose der kaiserlichen marine. 
Seaman of the imperial navy. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 

Pauker des regiments "Gardes du 
corps." Kettle drummer of the regi- 
ment "Gardes du corps." (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 

Kittmeister, Leibhusaren-regiment 
nr. 1. Captain, 1st regiment of hus- 
sars. Bodyguard. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 
West pub. co., St. Paul : 

Atlantic (The) reporter. (Books: 1.) 
Pacific (The) reporter. (Books: 1.) 
Western mutual life ass'n, Chicago : 

Improved and perfect system of the 
Western mutual life ass'n, Chicago. 
(Books: 2.) 
Wetherell (Caroline), U. S. : 

Wetherell (Caroline). The Jobber- 
nowls polish off the north pole. 
(Books: 3.) 
White (Edward C.),New York: 

Aria. (Dramatic compositions.) 
Whittaker (Thomas), New York: 

King (William Harvey). My smok- j 
ing-room companions. (Books: 1.) 

Vincent (Elizabeth Carter). The I 
Madonna in legend and history. I 
(Books: 1.) 
Wilde (W. A.) & co., Boston : 

Chronological chart of the life of 
Christ. (Books: 2.) 

Sea of Galilee as it appeared in the 
time of Christ. (Maps and charts.) 
Williams (Charles) and Barnes (C. M.), 
Hodgenville, Ky. : 

Larue county, Ky. Farm house map. 
(Maps and charts.) 
Williams (John R.), Stockton, Cal. : 

Does this concern you f (Hooks: 2.) 
Williams & Rogers, Rochester: 

Benedict (Benjamin G.) English 
punctuation. (Books: 1.) 
Willig (Geo.) & co., Baltimore: 

Blue bird (The) and cuckoo. Geo. 
H. Riegelmann. (Music.) 
Wilsky (Abraham), Philadelphia: 

First (The) love is truest after all. 
Howard M. Githens. (Music.) 



Wilsky (Abraham), Philadelphia: 

Ma razors just achin' fo' a light. 
Howard M. Githens. (Music.) 

Paris exposition. March and two- 
step. Wm. Glassmire. (Music.) 

To the front. Howard M. Githens. 
(Music.) 

We met in old Ohio. Howard M. 
Githens. (Music.) 
Windsor music co., Chicago: 

Wife and child. Lewis Levy. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Winslow (Herbert Howland), Oakland, 
Cal.: 

Why should we rest? Francis M. 
Pugh; Herbert H. Winslow. (Music.) 
Witmark (M.) & sons, New York: 

At sunrise. John W. Bratton. 
(Music.) 

Don't ask me to forget. W. H. Mackie. 
(Music.) 

He's jes the same as married to me. 
W.F.Francis. (Music.) 

Irish (The) swell. Chauucey Olcott ; 
W. H. Mackie. (Music.) 

Just as daylight was breaking. Karl 
Kennett; Lyn Udall. (Music.) 

Little (The) tin soldier army. (Rubi- 
dubi-dub.) W.F.Francis. "(Music.) 

Mosquito's (The) parade. Howard 
Whitney; Theo. Bendix. (Music.) 

My Queen Irene. W. H. Mackie. 
(Music.) 

Poor relations. Theo. Bendix. Or- 
chestra. (Music.) 

Ring off, coon. A.. M. Saumenig; A. 
L. Robb ; A. B. Sloane. (Music.) 

Sambo out of work. J. A. Silber- 
berg; W. H. Mackie. (Music.) 

Where the father of waters swiftly 
flows. Louis W. Pritzkow ; Malle Lit- 
tle. (Music.) 

Where'er I go. W. H. Thompson. 
(Music.) 
Wood (B. F.) music co., Boston: 

Come, ye thankful people, come. F. 
H.Brackett. (Music.) 

Far from my heavenly home. H. J. 
Lyte; D. Protheroe. (Music.) 

Hear us, O Father. Franz Hoi/. 
(Music.) 
Wood (William) & co., Now York: 

Kirkes (William Senhouse). Kirkes' 
handbook of physiology. (Books: I.) 
Woods (Francis M.). Chicago: 

Woods' (F. M.) 20th century arithme- 
tic. (Books: 1.) 
Young churchman co., Milwaukee: 

Clayton (Victoria Virginia). White 
and 'black under the old regime. 
(Hooks: 1.) 

Zimmermann (Jul. Eieinr.), Leipzig;: 
Romantique (La). Ernesto Kohler. 

(Music.) 



7483— Vol. 21, No. 3- 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights 
Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



FNTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 21, no. 4. 
Whole no. 434— October 26, 1899. 



CONTENTS. 



ii. 

in. 

IV 



VI, 






Books : Page. 

(1) Books proper 229 

(2) Miscellaneous 236 

(3) Newspaper arid Magazine articles 241 

Dramatic Compositions 248 

Periodicals 249 

Musical Compositions and Collec- 
tions of Music 254 

Maps and Charts 271 

Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 272 



Page. 

VII. Chromos and Lithographs 274 

VIII. Photographs 276 

IX. Fine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, statu- 
ary, and models or designs intended 
to he perfected as works of the tine 

arts) 292 

X. Index op Copyright Proprietors . . 293 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1899. 



This Catalogue of Title Entries is published in conformity with the provisions of 
the act of Congress of March 3, 1891 (51st Congress, 2d session, chap. 565, sec. i, 
Stat. L., v. 26, p. 1108). It contains a list of all copyright entries perfected by the 
deposit of the copies required by law, and gives in each case the full title entry, the 
name and address of the copyright claimant, the date and number of the copyright 
entry, and the date when the copies were deposited to complete the entry of copy- 
right. The titles are classified under the following rubrics : 

I. Books: 

(1) Books proper. 

(2) Miscellaneous, Leaflets, etc. 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles. 
II. Dramatic Compositions. 

III. Periodicals. 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collections of Music. 
V. Maps and Charts. 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints. 
VII. Chromos and Lithographs. 
VIII. Photographs. 
IX. Fine Arts (a list of the photographs deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to 
be perfected as works of the fine arts). 
X. Index of Copyright Proprietors. 

The index of proprietors is a complete index of all the entries contained in one 
week's issue of the catalogue, under an alphabet of the names of the copyright 
claimants. 

The titles of the first division of books, Books I (Books proper), are prepared in 
the Catalogue Department of the Library of Congress, and are complete biblio- 
graphical titles of all books received at the Library of Congress under the operation 
of the copyright law. 

This catalogue of copyright entries is distributed by the Treasury Department, 
and may be subscribed for at the rate of $5 per year (for 4 volumes of about 1,000 
pages each) through the nearest collector of customs. The Librarian of Congress 
can not take subscriptions, but a sample copy of the catalogue may be obtained upon 
request preferred to the Librarian of Congress. 



COPYRIGHT LAW. 

An edition (revised to July, 1899) of the Copyright Statutes has been published, 
with index, in a pamphlet of 24 pages, a copy of which will be sent to any person 
requesting it. A resident in the United States, Canada, or Mexico is not required 
to send remittance or stamps for paying postage. 

Librarian of Congress: Register of Copyrights: 

Herbert Putnam. Thorvald Solberg. 

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[EXPLANATION.— The titles are arranged alphabetically under the rubrics shown in the 
table of contents, and are followed by one index of proprietors.'] 

I. BOOKS-(l) BOOKS PROPEE. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under "IV. Musical 
Ccxmtositions." For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) The titles in this chapter are 
prepared by the Catalogue Department, Library of Congress. 



Authors. 

Allen, James Lane. 

Flute and violin, and otber Ken- 
tucky tales and romances. Biograph- 
ical ed. New York & London, Harper 
&bros. 1899. xii pp.. 21. ,308 pp. illus. 
port. 12°. 507 

Contents. 
Flute and violin, p. 3. 
King Solomon of Kentucky, p. 65. 
Posthumous fame. p. 281." 
Sister Dolorosa, p. 175. 
Two gentlemen of Kentucky, p. 97. 
The white cowl. p. 135. 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 56303, Sept. 2 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Aurelius [Antoninus], Marcus, emp. of 
Rome. 

Selections from the Meditations of 
Marcus Aurelius; translated from the 
original Greek, with an introduction, 
by B. E. Smith. New York, The Cen- 
tury co., 1899. xxvi pp., 1 1., 202 pp., 

1 1. illus. 24°. 508 
Copyright bv Century co., New York. 

1899, no. 58446," Sept. 12 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Oct. 4, 1899. 

Bailey, William Whitman 

Botanizing; a guide to field-collect- 
ing and herbarium work. Provi- 
dence, R. I., Prestou & Rounds co., 1899. 
lp.l.,ixpp. 2 1. 142 pp. illus. 16°. 

509 

Copyright by Howard W. Preston, 

Providence. 1899, no. 43210, July 3; 

2 copies rec'd Sept. 7, 1899. 

Baker, George A[ugustus] jr. 

Poiut lace and diamonds . . . with 
new illustrations by Louise L. Heus- 
tis [poems] New York, F. A. Stokes 
co. [1899] 2 pi., Hi, 150 pp. pi. 12°. 

510 
Copyright by Frederick A. Stokes 
co., New York. 1899, no. 58459, Sept. 
12; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Baker, Ray Stannard 

The boys' book of inventions ; stories 
of the wonders of modern science. 



Authors — Continued. 

Baker, Ray Stannard — Continued. 
New York, Doubleday & McClure co., 
1899. xv pp., 1 1., 354 pp. illus. 8°. 

511 
Copyright by Doubleday & McClure 
co., New York. 1899, no. 62698, Sept. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Barr, Amelia E [dith Huddleston] 

Was it right to forgive ? A domestic 
romance. Chicago & New York, H. 
S. Stone & co., 1899. 2 p. 1., 294 pp. 
12-. 512 

Copyright by Herbert S. Stone & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 63473, Sept. 30 j 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Benton, Joel 

In the Poe circle; with some account 
of the Poe-Chivers controversy, and 
other Poe memorabilia. New York, 
M. F. Mansfield & A. Wessels [1899] 
2 p. 1., 86 pp., 11. pi. port. 12°. 513 
Bibliography p. 81. 

Copyright by M. F. Mansfield & A. 
Wessels, New York. 1899, no. 58742, 
Sept. 13; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Blan chard, Amy E[lla] 

A revolutionary maid ; a story of the 
middle period of the war for independ- 
ence . . . illustrated by Ida Waugh. 
Boston & Chicago, W. A. Wilde co. 
[1899] 321 pp. pi. 12°. 514 

Copyright by W. A. Wilde co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no.* 57231, Sept. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Blok, Petrus Johannes. 

History of the people of the Nether- 
lands . . . Pt. 2 . . . translated by 
Ruth Putnam. New York & London, 
G. P. Putnam's sous. 1899. tab. 8°. 

515 
Contt »tn. 
Pt. 2. From the beginning oi the fifteenth 
oentury to L559. 

Copyright by G. P. Putnam's sons. 
New York. 1899, no. 58681, Sept. I3j 2 

copies ree'd Oct. 9, 1899. 



230 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors— Continued. 

Bootkby, Guy. 

Love made manifest. Chicago & 
New York, H. S. Stone & co., 1899. 3 
p. 1., 330 pp. pi. 12°. 516 

Copyright by Herbert S. Stone &co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 63399, Sept. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Bourget, Paul 

The disciple. London, New York, 
F. T. Neely [1898] 1 p. L, xiii, 13-341 
pp. 12°. (Neely's continental library, 
no. 13) 517 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 1899, no. 42319, June 29; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 8, 1899. 

Brady, Jasper Ewing. 

Tales of the telegraph ; the story of 
a telegrapher's life and adventures in 
railroad, commercial, and military 
work. New York, Doubleday & Mc- 
Clure co., 1899. viii pp., 1 1., 272 pp. 
pi. 12°. 518 

Copyright by Doubleday & McClure 
co., New York. 1899, no. 62695, Sept. 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Burrell, David James. 

God and the people, and other ser- 
mons. New York, W. B. Ketcham 
[1899] 350 pp. 12°. 519 

Copyright by Wilbur B. Ketcham, 
New York. 1899, no. 58745, Sept. 13; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 

Carroll, Lewis, pseud. 

See [Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge] 

Castegnier, Geo. ed. 

Contes de la vie rustique; arranged 
with explanatory notes in English. 
New York, W. R. Jenkins [1899] 1 p. 1., 
269 pp. 12=. 520 

Contents. 
Fauvette bleue [anon.] p. 3. 
Figuier, [Juliette B.] Gardian de la Ca- 
margue. p. 101. 
Pavie, T. El Cachupin. p. "169. 
Toubin, C. Paysan d'Alaise. p. 43. 

Copyright by William R. Jenkins, 
New York. 1899, no. 37895, June 8; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Castle, Egerton 

"Young April" . . . with illustra- 
tions by A. B. Wenzell. New York, 
London, The Macmillan co., 1899. xv, 
452 pp. pi. 12°. 521 

Copyright bv The Macmillan co., 
New York. 1899, no. 61877, Sept. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Chamberlayne, Israel. 

Saving faith; its rationale; with a 
demonstration of its presence in the 
organic condition of Methodist church 



Authors — Continued. 

Chamberlayne, Israel — Continued, 
membership . . . New York & Cin- 
cinnati, Eaton & Mains [1899] 216 
pp. 12°. 522 

Copyright bv O. S. Chamberlayne, 
Webster, N. Y. "l899, no. 51376, Aug. 10 ; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 

Clark, Hattie Arnold. 

Father Jerome: a story of the Span- 
ish inquisition. New York, Ameri- 
can tract society, 1899. 293 pp. pi. 
12°. 523 

Copyright by American tract society, 
New York. 1899, no. 55326, Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Colette, Frede"ric. 

Thirty progressive lessons in French 
conversation ; with clear and simple 
grammatical notes, giving all the prin- 
cipal rules of the French language. 
1st ed. Washington, D. C, F. Co- 

lette [1899] v, 203 pp. 12°. 524 

Copyright by F. Colette, Washing- 
ton. 1899,no.55414, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 12, 1899. 

Conway, Moncure Daniel. 

Solomon and Solomonic literature. 
Chicago & London, The Open court 
pub. co., 1899. 1 p. 1., viii, 248 pp. 12°. 

525 
Copyright by Open court pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 51997, Aug. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Cooper, E[dward] HTerbert] 

Resolved to be rich ; a novel. Chi- 
cago & New York, H. S. Stone & co., 
1899. 2 p. 1., 354 pp. 12°. 526 

Copyright by Herbert S. Stone & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 63608, Oct. 2 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Copp, Henry N [orris] 

The American settler's guide : a popu- 
lar exposition of the public land sys- 
tem of the United States of America. 
21st ed. Washington, D. C. The 

Editor, 1899. 104 pp. illus. 8°. 527 

Copyright by Henry N. Copp, Wash- 
ington. 1899, no. 58518, Sept. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 12, 1899. 

Cox, Palmer. 

The brownies abroad. New York, 

The Century co. [1899] xi, 144 pp'. 

illus. 4°. 528 

Copyright by Century co., New York. 
1899, no. 58449, Sept. 12; 2 copies rec'd 
Oct. 4, '" 



231 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



A uthors — Continued. 

Crane, Stephen. 

Active service ; a novel. New York, 
F. A. Stokes co. [1899] 3 p. 1., 345 pp. 
12 c . 529 

Copyright by Frederick A. Stokes 
co., New York. 1899, no. 58059, Sept. 11 ; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 

[Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge] 

Alice's adventures in wonderland by 
Lewis Carroll [pseud] . . . New 
York, G. H. McKibbin, 1899. 179 pp. 
illus. 16°. 530 

Copyright by Gilbert H. McKibbin, 
New York. 1899, no. 54128, Aug. 25 ; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Farrar, F[rederick] \V[illiam] 

Texts explained ; or, Helps to under- 
stand the New Testament. New York, 
Dodd, Mead & co., 1899. iii-xviii, 372 
pp. 12°. 531 

Copyright by Dodd, Mead & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 59697, Sept, 18; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Fisher, Mary. 

A general survey of American litera- 
ture. Chicago, A. C. McClurg & co., 
1899. 391 pp. 8 C . 532 

Copyright by A. C. McClurg & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 51992, Aug. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Flynt, Josiah. pseud. 
See [Willard, Frank] 

Freitag, J[oseph] K[endall] 

The fireproofmg of steel buildings. 
1st ed. 1st thousand. New York, 
London, J. Wiley & sons, 1899. vi, 319 
pp. illus. 8°. 533 

Copyright by J. K. Freitag, Boston. 
1899, no. 60177, Sept. 19; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 29, 1899. 

Fry, Susanna M[argaret] D[avidson] 

A Paradise Valley girl ; illustrated 
by L. Braunhold and Lorraine H. 
Windsor. Chicago, Woman's tem- 
perance pub. ass'n., 1899. 8 pp., 1 1., 
13-312 pp. illus. pi. 12°. 534 

Copyright by Mrs. Susanna M. D. Fry, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 48463, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 18, 1899. 

Furlong, Sidney. 

The rainbow in the bubble. Lon- 
don, New York [1899] 193 pp. 12°. 
(Neely's popular library, no. 149) 535 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neelv. 
New York. 1899, no. 53077, Aug. 18;* 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Gibson, Charles Dana. 

Sketches in Egypt . . . New 
Y'ork, Doubleday & McClure co., 1899. 
xv, 114 pp. illus. pi. 4°. 536 

Copyright by Doubleday & McClure 
co., New York. 1899, no. 62693, Sept. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Goethe, [Johann Wolfgang von] 

A prose translation of Goethe's Her- 
mann and Dorothea, by J. B. Harris, 
Wilton Junction, la., Review press 
[1899] 2 p. 1., Ill pp. 16°. 537 

Copyright by J. B. Harris, Wilton 
Junction, Iowa. 1899, no. 45591, July 
13; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 19, 1899. 

Griffis, William Elliot. 

The romance of conquest; the story 
of American expansion through arms 
and diplomacy . . . illustrated by F. 
T. Merrill. ' Boston & Chicago, W. 
A. Wilde co. [1899] 312 pp. pi. 8°. 

538 

Copyright by W. A. Wilde co., Bos- 
ton. 1899,no. 57232, Sept. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Gunter, Archibald Clavering. 

The fighting troubadour; a novel. 
New York, The Home pub. co. [1899] 
271pp. 12°. (The welcome series, no. 
50) 539 

Copvright by Archibald Clavering 
Gunter, New York. 1899, no. 58945, 
Sept. 14 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Hale, Edward Everett. 

[The works of Edward Everett Hale, 
Library ed. v. 3] Boston, Little, 
Brown, & co., 1899. 12°. 540 

Contents. 

v. 3. Ten times one is ten, and other stories. 

Copyright bv Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1899,' no. 61583, Sept. 23: 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

Hall, Tom of New York. 

The fun and lighting of the Rough 
riders. New York, F. A. Stokes co. 
[1899] 3 p. 1., viii, 242 pp. 12°. 511 

Copyright by Frederick A. Stokes 
co., New York. * 1899, no. 51716. Aug. 28 ; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Hall, Win held S[cott] 

A textbook of physiology , . . Phil- 
adelphia & New York. Lea bros. A co.. 
1899. 671 pp. illus. pi. 8°. 542 

Copyright bv Lea bros. & co.. Phila- 
delphia. " 1899. no. 62692, Sept. 27 j 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 



232 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Hamm, Margherita Arlina. 

Dewey, the defender ; a life sketch of 
America's great admiral . . . Lon- 
don, New York [etc.] F. T. Neely [1899] 
1 p. 1., 187 pp. illus. pi. port. 12°. 
(Neely's star library, no. 9) 543 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 1899, no. 49387, July 31; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 

Harris, Joel Chandler. 

Plantation pageants . . . illustrated 
byE. B.Smith. Boston & New York, 
Houghton, Mifflin & co., 1899. 3 p.l., 
247 pp. pi. 8°. 544 

Copyright by Houghton, Mifflin & 
co., Cambridge, and Joel Chandler 
Harris, Atlanta, Ga. 1899, no. 55849, 
Aug. 31 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Herford, Oliver. 

A child's primer of natural history 
. . . New York, C. Scribner's sons, 
1899. 3 p. 1., 95 pp. illus. obi. 8°. 

545 
Copyright bv Oliver Herford, New 
York. 1899, no. 61940, Sept. 25; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Hill, John A. 

Stories of the railroad. New York, 
Doubleday & McClure co., 1899. 2 p. 1., 
297 pp. pi. 12°. 546 

Contents. 
The clean man and the dirty angels, p. 27. 
An engineer's Christmas story, p. 7. 
Jim Wainwright's kid. p. 45. 
A midsummer night's trip. p. 227. 
Mormon Joe, the robber, p. 191. 
My lady of the eyes. p. 97. 
A peg-legged romance, p. 75. 
The Polar zone. p. 253. 
Some freaks of fate. p. 151. 

Copyright by Doubleday &. McClure 
co,, New York. 1899, no. 62694, Sept. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

[Hudson, William C ] 

The diamond button; whose was it? 
A tale from the diary of a lawyer and 
the note-book of a reporter, by Barclay 
North [pseud.] New York," Street &. 
Smith [1899] iv, 247 pp. 12°. (Mag- 
net detective library, no. 100) 547 
Copyright by Street &■ Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 62936, Sept. 28; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Hunt, Violet. 

The human interest; a study in in- 
compatibilities. Chicago & New 
York, H. S. Stone & co., 1899. 2 p.l., 
279 pp. 12°. 548 

Copyright by Herbert S. Stone & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 63607, Oct. 2 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 



Authors— Continued. 

Irving, Washington. 

The legend of Sleepy Hollow. New 
York & Loudon, G. P. Putnam's sons, 
1899. v pp., 1 1., 191 pp. illus. pi. 
12°. 549 

Copyright by G. P. Putnam's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 40737, June 22; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Rip Van Winkle. New York & 

London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1899. v, 
115 pp. illus. pi. 12°. 550 

Copyright by G. P. Putnam's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 40736, June 22; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Johnson, Rossiter. 

The hero of Manila; Dewey on the 
Mississippi and the Pacific . . . with 
illustrations by B. W. Clinedinst and 
others. New York, D. Appleton & 
co., 1899. ix, 152 pp. illus. pi. diagr. 
maps. 12°. 551 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 60352, Sept. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 26, 1899. 

Jordan, Cornelia J [ane] Matthews. 

Echoes from the cannon [poems] 
Edited by Theresa J. Ambler. Buffalo, 
C. W. Moulton, 1899. 2 p. 1., 207 pp. 
port. 12°. 552 

Copyright by Theresa Jordan Am- 
bler, Lynchburg, Va. 1899, no. 60823, 
Sept. 22; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

[Kaler] James Otis. 

With Perry on Lake Erie ; a tale of 
1812, by James Otis [pseud.] Illus- 
trated by W. F. Steelier. Boston & 
Chicago, W. A. Wilde co. [1899] 307 
pp. pi. 12°. 553 

Copyright by W. A. W^ilde co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 57228, Sept. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Kipling, Rudyard. 

Letters of marque . . . New York 
& Boston, H. M. Caldwell co. [1899] 
254 pp. pi. port. 12°. 554 

Copyright by H. M.Caldwell co., New 
York. 1899, no. 61889, Sept. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Illustrated by C. D. Farrand. New 

York, R. F. Fenno & co., 1899. 254 
pp. pi. 12°. 555 

Copyright bv R. F. Fenno & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 62372, Sept. 26; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Knight, Nicholas. 

A course in quantitative chemical 
analysis; gravimetric and volumetric. 



233 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Knight, Nicholas — Continued. 
New York, A. S. Barnes & co., 1899. x, 
110 pp. 12°. 556 

Copyright by A. S. Barnes & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 42662, June 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 

Kroeh, Charles Frederick] 

A three-year preparatory course in 
French; covering all the requirements 
for admission to universities, colleges, 
and schools of science . . . Third year. 
New York, London, The Macmillan co., 
1899. ix,388pp. 12 c . (Kroeh's French 
course) 557 

Copyright by Charles F. Kroeh, Ho- 
boken, N. J. 1899, no. 62873, Sept. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Lang, Andrew, ed. 

The red book of animal stories . . . 
New York, London [etc.! Longmans, 
Green & co., 1899. xi, 379 pp. illus. 
12°. 558 

Copyright by Longmans, Green, & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 49565, Aug. 1 ; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Lee, Guy Carleton. 

Principles of public speaking, com- 
prising the technique of articulation, 
phrasing, emphasis ; the cure of vocal 
defects; the elements of gesture . . . 
with . . . exercises, forms, and prac- 
tice selections. New York and Lon- 
don, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1899. xi, 
465 pp. illus. tab. 8°. 559 

Copyright by Guy Carleton Lee, Bal- 
timore. 1899, no. 37036, June 5; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Le Feuvre, Amy. 

The carved cupboard. New York, 
Dodd, Mead & co., 1899. 2 p. 1., 250 pp. 
12°. 560 

Copyright by Dodd, Mead & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 62370, Sept. 26 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 26, 1899. 

Lewis, Edwin Herbert. 

A first manual of composition, de- 
signed for use in the highest grammar 
grade and the lower high school grades. 
New York, London, The Macmillan co., 
1899. xxvi,239pp. 12°. 561 

Copyright by The Macmillan co., New 
York. 1899, no. 63437, Sept. 30; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 

Lynde, Francis. 

The helpers [a novel] Boston & 
New York, Houghton, Mifflin & co., 
1899. 2 p. 1., 420 pp. 8°. 562 

Copyright by Francis Lynde, Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn. 1899, no. 53783, Aug. 23; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

MacGrath, Harold. 

Arms and the woman; a romance. 
New York, Doubleday & McClure co., 
1899. 4 p. 1., 329 pp. 12°. 563 

Copyright by Doubleday & McClure 
co., New York. 1899, no. G2696, Sept. 27; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Marshall, Emma. 

Master Martin . . . Philadelphia, 

G.W.Jacobs & co. [1899] 3 p. 1., 

143 pp. pi. 12°. 564 

Copyright by George W. Jacobs & co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 52715, Aug. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 

Martin, Clarence A[ugustine] 

Details of building construction. 
Boston, Bates & Guild co., 1899. 3 p. 1., 
33 pi. with descriptive text. fol. 565 

Copyright by Bates & Guild co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 55912, Aug. 31; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 

Meeks, R[ufus] P[olk] 

At the feet of Jesus ; or, Twenty-five 
sermons concerning the Saviour . . . 
With a life-sketch of the author, and 
of his father. Cincinnati, The Stand- 
ard pub. co. [1899] vi, 345 pp. port. 
8°. 566 

Copyright by R. P. Meeks, U. S. 1899, 
no. 58669, Sept. 13; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 
7, 1899. 

Mitchell, S[ilas] Weir. 

Hugh Wynne, free Quaker: sometime 
brevet lieutenant-colonel on the staff of 
his excellency General Washington. 
Continental ed. . . . New York, 
The Century co, 1899. 2 v. pi. port. 
8°. 567, 568 

Copyright by Century co.. New York. 
1899, no. 58450. 58451, Sept. 12; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Moulton, Richard G[reen] 

The literary study of the Bible; an 
account of the leading forms of litera- 
ture represented in the sacred writings ; 
intended for English readers. Revised 
and partly rewritten. Host en & 

London, D. C. Heath A: co.,1899. wi. 
569 pp. 8°. 569 

Copyright by Richard Gr. Moulton. 
Chicago." 18991 no. 60833, Sept. 22j 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 22. 1899. 

Nixon. Mary P. 

With a pessimist in Spain, 2d ed, 
St. Louis. Freiberg [etc.] B. Herder 
| L899] 360 pp. pi. 8°. 570 

Copyright by Jos. Gunimersbach, St. 
Louis' 1899, no. 60542, Sept. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 



234 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors— Continued. 

North, Barclay, iiseud. 
See [Hudson, William C] 

Norton, Charles Ledyard. 

The queen's rangers; a story of revo- 
lutionary times . . . illustrated by 
W. P. Stecher. Boston & Chicago. 
W. A. Wilde co. [1899] 351 pp. pi. 
12°. 571 

Copyright by W. A. Wilde co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no/ 57233, Sept. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Otis, James, pseud. 

See [Kaler] James Otis. 

Palmer, Frederick. 

George Dewey, admiral; impressions 
of Dewey and the Olympia on their 
homeward progress from Manila . . . 
New York, Doubleday & McClure co., 
1899. 1 p. 1., vi pp., 1 1., 217 pp. pi. 
port. 12°. (The oak tree library, no. 1) 

572 

Copyright by Frederick Palmer, U. S. 
1899, no. 61579," Sept. 23 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 25, 1899. 
Penrield, Frederic Courtland. 

Present-day Egypt . . . illustrated 
by P. Philippoteaux and R. T. Kelly 
. . . New York, The Century co., 
1899. xiii pp., 1 1., 372 pp. illus. pi. 
8°. 573 

Copyright by Century co., New York. 
1899, no. 58453, Sept. 12; 2 copies rec'd 
Oct. 4, 1899. 
Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart. 

See [Ward], iilizabeth Stuart Phelps. 

Platz, Paul Alwyn 

From the ranks. London, New 

York [etc.] F. T. Neely [1899] 130 pp. 

, 12°. (Neely's authors' library no. 6) 

574 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 1899, no. 50814, Aug. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 
Rankin, Egbert Guernsey. 

A digest of external therapeutics; 
with numerous formulae arranged for 
reference. New York, Boericke & 
Runyon co., 1899. vi pp. 1 1., 647 pp. 
8°. 575 

Copyright by Boericke & Runyon co., 
New York. 1899, no. 55334, Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 
Rathbone, St. George. 

Miss Fairfax of Virginia; a romance 
of love and adventure under the pal- 
mettos. New York, Street & Smith 
[1899] 1 p. 1., 7-289 pp. 12°. 576 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 61648, Sept. 23; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 26, 1899. 



A u thors — Continued. 

Richards, Laura E[lizabeth Howe] 

Quicksilver Sue . . . illustrated by 
W. D. Stevens. New York, The Cen- 
tury co., 1899. ix pp.. 1 1., 177 pp. 
illus. pi. 12°. 577 

Copyright by Century co., New York. 
1899, no. 58455, Sept. 12; 2 copies rec'd 
Oct. 4, 1899. 

Richmond, I [saiah] S[eth] 

Waymarks in sacred history. Mt. 
Carroll, 111., 1899. 395 pp. port. 8°. 

578 
Copyright by I. S. Richmond, Mt. 
Carroll, 111. 1899, no. 38645, June 12 ; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 20, 1899. 

Robertson, Frances Forbes. 

The potentate. New York, J. F. 
Taylor & co., 1899. 1 p. 1., 306 pp. pi. 
12°. 579 

Copyright bv J. F. Tavlor &, co., New 
York. 1899, no. 60795, Sept. 22; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 22, 1899. 

Robertson, Morgan. 

"Where angels fear to tread" and 
other tales of the sea. New York, 
The Century co., 1899. 6 p. 1., 302 pp. 
pi. 12°. 580 

Copvright by Century co., New York. 
1899,no. 58454, Sept. 12; 2 copies rec'd 
Oct. 4, 1899. 

Roe, Alfred Seelye. 

The ninth New York heavy artillery. 
A history of its organization, services in 
the defenses of Washington, marches, 
camps, battles, and muster-out . . . 
and a complete roster of the regiment. 
Worcester, Mass., The author, 1899. 615 
pp. illus. pi. port. 8°. 581 

Copyright by Alfred Seelye Roe, Wor- 
cester, Mass. 1899, no. 59473, Sept. 16; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Russell, W[illiam] Clark. 

A voyage at anchor. New York, 
D. Appleton & co., 1899. v, 344 pp. 
12°. (Appleton's town and country 
library, no. 274) 582 

Copvright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 52334, Aug. 15 ; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 

Saunders, Frederick. 

Evenings with the sacred poets; a 
series of quiet talks about the singers 
and their songs. New York, T. Whit- 
taker [1899] 574 pp. illus. pi. 8°. 

583 
Coj)y right by Thomas Whittaker, 
New York. 1899, no. 58464, Sept. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 



235 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Sanders, Frederick. 

Salad for the solitary and the social ; 
redressed and compounded, with sundry 
esculents, succulents, and coudiments. 
New York, T. Whittaker [1899] 526 
pp. illus. pi. 8°. 584 

Copyright by Thomas Whittaker, 
New York. 1899, no. 58465, Sept. 12 ; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Sayce, Archibald] H[enry] 

Babylonians and Assyrians; life and 
customs. New York, C. Scribner's 
sons, 1899. x pp., 1 1., 266 pp. 12°. 
(The Semitic series, v. 6) 585 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 61876, Sept. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Scofield, William Campbell. 

The Bible history of answered prayer. 
Chicago, New York [etc.] F. H. Revell 
co. [1899] 1 p. 1., 235 pp. 12°. 586 

Copyright by William C. Scofield, 
Washington. 1899, no. 59196, Sept. 15 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Shipman, Louis Evan. 

Predicaments . . . illustrations by 
CD. Gibson and T. K. Hanna, jr. New 
York, Life pub. co., 1899. 152 pp. pi. 
12°. 587 

Copyright by Life pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 62725, Sept. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

Shoemaker, Michael Meyers. 

Quaint corners of ancient empires ; 
southern India, Burma and Manila . . . 
New York & London, G. P. Putnam's 
sons, 1899. xix,212pp. pi. 12°. 588 

Copyright by Michael Meyers Shoe- 
maker, Cincinnati. 1899, no. 52521, 
Aug. 16; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 

Simmons, William E. 

Uncle Sam's new waterway. Lon- 
don, New York [etc.] F. T. Neely [1899] 
1 p. 1., 285 pp. pi. 12°. 589 

On the Nicaragua canal. 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 1899, no. 49373, July 31 ; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 6, 1899. 

Slocum, Grace L. 

The vision of the Madonna. New 
York, T. Whittaker [1899] 23 pp. pi. 
12°. 590 

Copyright by Thomas Whittaker, 
New York. 1899, no. 61592, Sept. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 

Stockton, Frank R[i chard] 

The vizier of the two-horned Alexan- 
der . . . illustrated by R. B. Birch. 



Authors — Continued. 

Stockton, Frank R[ichard] — Continued. 
New York, The Century co., 1899. 6 pp., 
1 1., 235 pp. illus. pi. 12°. 591 

Copyright by Century co., New York. 
1899, no. 58448, Sept. 12; 2 copies rec'd 
Oct. 4, 1899. 

Stoddard, William O [shorn] 

Ulric the jarl; a story of the peni- 
tent thief. New York, Cincinnati, 
Eaton & Mains [1899] 459 pp. pi. 
8°. 592 

Copyright by Eaton & Mains, New 
York. 1899, no. 46057, July 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct, 2, 1899. 

Taylor, Charles M.,jr. 

The British Isles through an opera 
glass . . . Philadelphia, G. W. 

Jacobs & co., 1899. 1 p. 1., 320 pp. 
illus. pi. 12°. 593 

Copyright by George W. Jacobs & 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 52718, Aug. 
17; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 
Tomlinson, Everett T [its worth] 

A Jersey boy in the revolution. 
Boston & New York, Houghton, Mifflin 
& co., 1899. viii pp., 1 1., 428 pp. pi. 
12°. 594 

Copyright by Everett T. Tomlinson, 
Elizabeth, N. J. 1899, no. 61947, Sept, 
25 ; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 
Waldstein, Charles 

The expansion of western ideals and 
the world's peace. New York & Lon- 
don, J. Lane, 1899. 194 pp. 12°. 595 
Pp. 113-194: The English-speaking- brother- 
hood; a lecture delivered . . . on July 7, 1898. 

Copyright by John Lane, New York. 
1899, no. 60793, Sept. 22; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 22, 1899. 
Walker, Francis A[masa] 

Discussions in economics and statis- 
tics . . . edited by D. R. Dewey . . . 
New York, H. Holt & co., 1899. 2v. 
port. 8°. 596, 597 

Contents. 
v. 1. Statistics, national growth, social eco- 
nomics. 

v. 2. Finance and taxation, money and bi- 
metallism economic theory. 

Copyright by Henry Holt & co.. New 
York. 1899, no. 55330, 55331. Aug. 30 : 2 
copies each rec'd Sept. 28, 1899. 
[Ward], Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (Mrs. 
Herbert Dickinson Ward) 

Loveliness; a story. Boston &. 

New York. Houghton, Mifflin & co.. 
1899. 3 p. 1.. 13 pp. 12°. 598 

Copyright by Elizabeth Stuart PI 
Ward,' Newton Centre. Mass.. and 
Houghton, Mifflin & co.. Cambridge, 
Mass. 1899. no. 00109. Sept. 19; l' cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 9. L899. 



236 

BOOKS (PEOPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Weed, George Lndington. 

A life of St. Paul, for the young. 
Philadelphia, G, W. Jacobs & co. [1899] 
1 p. I., 239 pp. pi. port. maps. 12°. 

599 
Copyright bv George W. Jacobs & 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 52717, Aug. 
17 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 

Wetzel, F[ranz] X[aver] 

The "Our Father." A booklet for 
young and old. From the Germau. 
St. Louis, B. Herder. 1899. 118 pp. 16°. 

600 
Copyright by Jos. Gummersbach, St. 
Louis. 1899, no. 60525, Sept. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

The young man's way to happiness. 

From the German. St. Louis, B. 

Herder, 1899. 123 pp. 16°. 601 

Conyright by Jos. Gummersbach, St. 
Louis. 1899, no. 60524, Sept. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

White, Hervey 

Differences [a novel] Boston, 
Small, Maynard & co., 1899. 3 p. 1., 
311 pp. 12°. 602 

Copyright by Small, Maynard & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 48458, July 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Whiteley, Isabel [Nixon] 

The falcon of Langeac. 3d. ed. 
St. Louis, Mo., B. Herder, 1899. 3 p. 1., 
227 pp. 12°. 603 

Copyright by Joseph Gummersbach, 
St. Louis. 1899, no. 60544, Sept. 21 ; 2 
copies rec'd Oct, 4, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Whitmarsh, H. Phelps. 

The golden talisman . . . illustrated 
by H. Burgess. Boston & Chicago, 
W. A. Wilde co. [1899] 299 pp. pi. 
12°. 604 

Copyright by W. A. Wilde co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 57229, Sept. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

[Willard, Frank] 

Tramping with tramps; studies and 
sketches of vagabond life, by Josiah 
Flynt [pseud] With prefatory note by 
. . . A.'D. White. New York, The 

Century co., 1899. xiv pp., 1 1., 398 
pp. illus. pi. 12°. 605 

Copyright by Century co., New York. 
1899, no. 58452, Sept. 12 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Oct. 4, 1899. 

Wright, Julia MacNair. 

A bonnie boy. A story of happy 
days. New York, American tract so- 
ciety [1899] 296 pp. pi. 12°. 606 

Copyright by American tract society, 
New York. 1899, no. 58040, Sept. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Young, Egerton R[yerson] 

The apostle of the North, Rev. James 
Evans. New York, Chicago [etc.] 

F. H. Revell co. [1899] 262 pn. pi. 
port. 12°. * 607 

Copyright by Fleming H. Revell co., 
New York. 1899, no. 61875, Sept. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 25, 1899. 



I. BOOKS— (2) MISCELLANEOUS. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Advice to farmers. 386 

Copyright by H. H. Carr & co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 63629, Oct. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Advisory rates of Cambridge, Story 
county, Iowa. v. 60. 387 

Ellsworth, Hamilton county, Iowa. 

v. 131. 388 

Hawarden, Sioux county, Iowa. 

v. 183. 389 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1899, nos. 54211, 54212, 
54214, Aug. 25 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 
25, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Advisory rates of Melbourne, Marshall 

county, Iowa. v. 493. 390 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 54785, Aug. 28 ; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 
Norway, Benton county, Iowa. v. 

308. 391 

Copyright by Henrv Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 54213, Aug. 25 ; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Alternating-current switchboards. Cat- 
alogue no. 233. 392 
Copyright by Westinghouse electric 
and infg. co., Pittsburg. 1899, no. 53796, 



237 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Anderson (Anna E. F.) The Christmas 

garden. 393 

Copyright by Anna E. F. Anderson, 

Koslindale, Mass. 1899, no. 63690, Oct. 

2; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

At Manila with Dewey. 394 

Copyright by Norman L. Munro, New 
York. 1899, no. 54498, Aug. 26 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

Attendance card. 395 

Copyright by John McDonough, New 
York. 1899, no. 64144, Oct. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

B. and G. tanks. 396 

Copyright by Burhorn & Granger, 
New York. 1899, no. 64165, Oct. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Bansck & Lomb optical co. Catalogue 
G. 397 

Copyright by Bausch & Lomb op- 
tical co., Rochester, N. Y. 1899, no. 
64153, Oct. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Beautiful teeth and good health; how 

to maintain them. 398 

Copyright by S. P. Lathrop, Newark, 

N.J. 1899, no. 52752, Aug. 17; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

Bond (A) of suretyship for performance 

of covenants of warranty of title. 399 

Copyright by American surety co., 

New York. 1899, no. 55051, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Brooklyn (The) bridge. 400 

Copyright by Livermore & Knight 
co., Providence, R.I. 1899, no. 64217, 
Oct. 4; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Byck bros. & co. Catalogue. 401 

Copyright by Bvck bros. & co., At- 
lanta, Ga. 1899, no. 64215, Oct. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Certificate of insurance. 402 

Copyright by Harrv Y. Chatterley, 
Hartford, Conn. 1899,"no. 63631, Oct. 2 ; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

City (The) editor. 403 

Copyright by United correspondence 
schools co., New York. 1899, no. 46597, 
July 18; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Commissions to students for aiding in 
securing new students. Feb. 16, 1899. 

404 
Copyright by Colliery engineer CO., 
Scranton, Pa. 1899, no. 52742, Aug. 17 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 23. 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Complete business or shorthand educa- 
tion for 50 cents. 405 

Copyright by Geo. W. Schwartz, 
Louisville, Ky. 1899, no. 54497, Aug. 
26; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Complete (A) inductive course in the 
Beale best shorthand. Lessons 21-24. 

406-409 

Copyright by Charles Currier Beale 

and Cora Elizabeth Burbank, Boston. 

1899, nos. 51857-51860, Aug. 12; 2 copies 

each rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 

Covering small assignments. 410 

Copyright by United correspondence 
schools co., New York. 1899, no. 46592, 
July 18; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Cow soda. Book of facts worth knowing. 

411 
Copyright bv John Dwight & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 48107, July 25; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

D. C. lighting and power switchboards. 
Catalogue no. 237. 412 

Copyright by Westinghouse electric 
and mfg. co., Pittsburg. 1899, no. 
53799, Aug. 23; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 23, 
1899. 

Daimler manufacturing co. Catalogue. 

413 
Copyright by Daimler mfg. co., Long 
Island City, N. Y. 1899, no. 64162, Oct. 4; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Damon (J. L., jr.) Hotel Thorndike 
traveller's guide. 414 

Copyright by J. Linfield Damon, jr., 
Boston. 1899. no. 54026, Aug. 24 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug.'24, 1899. 

Diamond Dick, jr. no 150. 415 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 52163, Aug. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Douglas (Ward). Insurance policy hold- 
ers' compensation contracts. 416 
Copyright by Ward Douglas. Detroit. 
1899, no. 63448, Sept. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Sept. 30, 1899. 

Downard (James S. ) A cooperative plan 

for supplying current literature and 
recent publications. 117 

Copyright by Mutual book co.. Lima. 
Ohio. 1899. no. 54769, Aug. 28 : - copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899, 

Diirer(The) prints. Fall catalogue, 1899. 

Copyright by Curtis A Cameron. 
Boston. 1899, no. 63828, Oct. 2 : 2 copies 
rec'd Oct, 2, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Emergency (The) man. 419 i 

Copyright by United correspondence | 
schools co., New York. 1899, no. 46593, j 
July 18; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Estimating and calculating quantities. 

106. Instruction paper. 1st ed. 420 

Question paper. 1st ed. 421 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 1899, nos. 46336, 46338, 

July 17; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 24, 

1899. 

Evan (H. P. ) co. Instruction book for the 

standard tailor system. 422 

Copyright bv Henrietta P. Evan, 

Winneconne, Wis. 1899, no. 52799, Aug. 

17 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Fac-siinile (A) directory of the 1st Con- 
gress and grand departments of the 
United States, New York, in the year 
1786. 423 

Copyright by Brooke Mackall, New 
York. 1899, no. 64151, Oct. 4 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Fradenburgh (0. P.) How we can have 

strawberries all summer. 424 

Copyright by O. P. Fradenburgh, 

Liberty, N. Y. 1899, no. 63483, Sept. 30 ; 

2 copies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

General (A) explanation of the Dayton 

plan. " 425 

Copyright by H. K. Starkweather co., 

San Francisco. 1899. no. 51398. Aug. 

10; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Green's (J. D.) up-to-date poultry reme- 
dies and processing process. 426 
Copyright by J. D. Green, Arcadia, 
Kans. 1899, no. 52349, Aug. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Guthrie (K. S.) How to conserve vitality 
during hours of sleep. 427 

Copyright by Kenneth Sylvan Guth- 
rie, Philadelphia. 1899, no. 51851, Aug. 
12 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Waking hours. 428 

Copyright by Kenneth Sylvan Guth- 
rie, Philadelphia. 1899, no. 45442, July 
12; 2 copies rec*d Aug. 25, 1899. 

Hemingway (J. C.) Lawn tennis in 
southern California. 429 

Copyright by John Charles Heming- 
way, Santa Monica, Cal. 1899, no. 
51202, Aug. 9; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 22, 
1899. 

Hlasko (V. A.) The ready multiplier. 

430 
Copyright by V. A. Hlasko, New 
Britain, Conn. 1899, no. 52357. Aug. 
15 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

How to fold a suit of clothes or an over- 
coat. 431 
Copyright by Fred. A. Brenk, Jack- 
son, Mich. 1899, no. 47189, July 21; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

How to get and how to sell patents. 
Facts for inventors and investors in 
patents. 432 

Copvright by Frederick Benjamin, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 53794, Aug. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

How to proceed to form a stock company 
under the general corporation laws of 
the State of Delaware. 433 

Copyright by Broun-Green co., New 
York. 1899, no. 51445, Aug. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Individual (The) account, and how to 
apportion earnings of building and 
loan associations operating under the 
11 Dayton plan." 434 

Copyright by H. K. Starkweather co., 
San Francisco. 1899, no. 51449, Aug. 10 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Infant's combination insurance and en- 
dowment bond. 435 
Copyright by Thomas J. Hefferman, 
Providence, E. I. 1899, no. 64166, Oct. 
4; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Johnson (H. L.) Culinary wrinkles. 

436 
Copyright bv Helen Louise Johnson, 
New York. 1899, no. 9804. Feb. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Lemon (The) coast. 437 

Copyright by H. P. Wood, San Diego, 
Cal. 1899, no! 64466, Oct. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Lewis (A. A.) Lewis' short and quick 
method of proving additions and mul- 
tiplications. 438 
Copyright by Alfred A. Lewis, Cov- 
ington, Ky. 1899, no. 51158, Aug. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 
Lightning calculator for tin plate hot 
mills. Scale 1899-1900. 439 
Copyright by John Q. L. Roberts, 
Newcastle, Pa. 1899, no. 48111, July 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 
Lua-tra-ko-na jottings. Card nos. 1-12. 

440-451 

Copyright by H. B. Wiggins' sons, 

Bloomfield, N. J. 1899, nos. 64476-64487, 

Oct. 5 ; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Modern plumbing appliances. 452 

Copyright by J. L. Mott iron works, 

New York. 1899, no. 64004, Oct. 3; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

National conservatory of music. An- 
nouncemeut and catalogue for 1899- 
1900. 453 

Copyright by National conservatory 
of music co., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 
52793, Aug. 17 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 
1899. 
New Amsterdam directory. 454 

Copyright by Brooke Mackall, New 
York. 1899, no. 64152, Oct. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 
New century design book. 455 

Copyright by Townsend, Townsend 
& co., New York. 1899, no. 56315, Aug. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 
Nick Carter weekly, no. 139. 456 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 50825, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 
Notes on the history of art, arranged by 
James Frederick Hopkins. 457 

Copyright by E. A. Perry, Maiden, 
Mass. 1899, no. 64524, Oct. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 23, 1899. 
Old Cap. Collier library, no. 820. 458 
Copyright by Norman L. Munro, New 
York. * 1899, no. 53498, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 

no. 821. 459 

Copyright by Norman L. Munro, New 

York. 1899, no. 54207, Aug. 25; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Parkyn (Herbert A.) Special mail course 

in suggestion. Parts 24-25. 460 

Parts 26-30. 461 

Copyright by Chicago school of psy- 
chology, Chicago. 1899, nos. 63442, 
63441, Sept. 30 ; 2 copies each rec'd Sept. 
30, 1899. 
Pennsylvania county court reports, v. 22, 
no. 25. Aug. 26, 1899. 462 

Copyright by T. & J. W. Johnson & 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 54487, Aug. 
26; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 
Perry (The) pictures. Revised 1898 cat- 
alog and supplement. 463 

Specimen pages from the 24-page 

illustrated catalog of. 464 

Copyright by E. A. Perry, Maiden, 

Mass. 1899, nos. 64526, 64525, Oct. 5; 2 

copies each rec'd Sept. : 3, 1899. 

Pluck and luck. no. 64. 465 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 

York. 1899, no. 51022, Aug. 8 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

no. 65. 466 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, no. 51023, Aug. 8 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 



Titles — Continued . 

Plumbing and gas fitting. 163. Instruc- 
tion paper. 1st ed. 467 

Question paper. 1st ed. 468 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. * 1899, nos. 46332, 46340, 
July 17; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 24, 
1899. 

Pneumatics. 469 

Copyright by United correspondence 
schools co., New v'ork. 1899, no. 46591, 
July 18; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Preliminary sketch book, no. 1. 470 

Copyright by Charles Edgar Bates, 
Indianapolis. 1899, no. 52794, Aug. 17 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Price list no. 7 to catalogue no. 14 and 
special catalogue. J. A. Sullivan sad- 
dle tree company, Sept. 1, 1899, Jeffer- 
son City, Mo. 471 
Copyright by Sullivan saddle tree 
co., Jefferson City. Mo. 1899, no. 54695, 
Aug. 28; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Primary (The) teacher's helper. Gospel 
stories, v. 9, no. 9. Lessons 36-39. 

472 
Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston . 1899, no. 50383, Aug. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Railway department. Courses of study 
for engineers, firemen, conductors, 
trainmen, shop, and roundhouse men. 

473 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. ' 1899, no. 48306, July 26; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Reading for the young reporter. 474 

Copyright by United correspondence 

schools co., New York. 1899. no. 46594, 

July 18; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Richard Mansfield (The) calendar for 

1900. 475 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 54126, Aug. 25; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

Robertson (P. W.) Code of business 
transactions to accompany the author's 
tl Robertson's bookkeeping and sci- 
ence of accounts. " 176 
Copyright by Powhatan Wyndham 
Robertson. Washington. 1899, no. 
53787, Aug. 23; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 23, 
1899. 

School (The) of civil engineering. 
Courses of study in civil, railroad, 
bridge, municipal, and hydraulic engi- 
neering. 1T7 
Copyright by Colliery engineer re.. 
Scranton, Pa, '1899, no. 5006%, Aug.Sj 
2 copies reo'd Aug. 25, 1899. 



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Titles— Continued.. 

Secret service, no. 31. 478 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899. no. 51016, Aug. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

no. 32. 479 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York/ 1899, no.^51018, Aug. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

See (H.) Some sea specialties. 480 

Copyright by Horace See, New York. 
1899, no. 53691, Aug. 22 j 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 23, 1899. 

Shepard's national system of adhesive 
annotations; supplement to v. 159, N. Y. 
court of appeals decisions. 481 

v. 115, Michigan decisions. • 482 

Copyright by Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. 1899, nos. 63711, 63700, Oct. 2; 2 
copies each rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

v. 20, 21, Montana decisions. 483 

Copyright by Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54772, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Single phase alternators. Catalogue no. 

236. 484 

Copyright by Westingbouse electric 

and rnfg. co., Pittsburg. 1899, no. 53798, 

Aug. 23 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Spirit medium. 485 

Copyright bv Mrs. A. Ostell, Buffalo, 
N.Y. 1899, no. 63447, Sept. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Standard railway switchboards. Cata- 
logue no. 234. * 486 
Copyright by Westinghouse electric 
and rnfg. co., Pittsburg. 1899, no. 53797, 
Aug. 23 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Stereoscopic views of solid geometry fig- 
ures, with references to Wells's essen- 
tials of solid geometry. 487 
Copyright by D. C. Heath & co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 53415, Aug. 21; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Sterling fountain pen co. Davidson rub- 
ber co., proprietors. 488 
Copyright by Sterling fountain pen 
co., Boston. 1899, no. 54016, Aug. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 
Stewart (J.) The esoteric art of living. 
Pt. 3. 489 
Copyright bv Joseph Stewart, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 1899, no. 52526, Aug. 16; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 
Suggestions. 490 
Copyright by James Bennett For- 
syth, Boston. 1899, no. 64467, Oct. 5 ; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Telegraph and telephone foreman's stand- 
ard wage scale. 491 

Copyright by Robert P. Rosebery and 
Frank Terry, Lafayette, Ind. 1899, 
no. 35479, May 27; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 
24, 1899. 

Theories, sources, and principles of elec- 
tricity. 492 
Copyright by United correspondence 
schools co., New York. 1899, no. 46595, 
July 18; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Time of B. & A. R. R. trains from Newton 
Centre to Boston and Boston to Newton 
Centre. 1899. 493 

Copyright by A. Blanche Chevalier, 
Wellesley, Mass. 1899, no. 63484, Sept. 
30; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

| Tip-top weekly, no. 176. 494 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York, 'l899.no. 50826, Aug. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Tolstoy (Leo). Resurrection. 495 

Copyright by Dodd, Mead & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 63968, Oct. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 

| Trust thyself. 496 

Copyright by Charles M. Eaton, 
Wellesley Hills', Mass. 1899, no. 55413, 
Aug. 30; "2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

U. S. and national playing cards. 497 

Copyright by United States playing 
card co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 63641, 
Oct. 2 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Uncle Sam (The) plan of fraternal insur- 
, ance. ' 498 

Copyright bv J. I. D. Woodruff, Dick- 
son, Tenn. 1899, no. 64155, Oct. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Von Deylen (H.) Business arithmetic 
tuition letters. 1st letter. 499 

2nd letter. 500 

Copyright by Henrv Von Deylen, 
Brooklyn. 1899. nos. 55420, 55421, Aug. 
30; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Voter's guide. [Cincinnati enquirer.] 

501 
Copyright by James T. Sheridan, 
Columbus, Ohio. 1899, no. 51810, Aug. 
12; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Warren (M.) Results of republican rule. 

502 
Copyright bv M.Warren, Fairbury, 
Nebr. 1899, no. 64556, Oct. 5 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Wood (E.W.) Life and experience of 
Prof. E. W. Wood, appertaining to the 
opium habit of the Chinese. 503 

Copyright by E. W. Wood, New York. 
1899, no. 52348, Aug. 15; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 30, 1899. 

Work and win. no. 38. 504 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, no. 51037, Aug. 8 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Work and win. no. 39. 505 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 



York. 1899, no. 51038, 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 



Aug. 8; 2 copies 



I BOOKS-(3{ NEWSPAPER A1VI> MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Adams (Parker Quincy). Practical sug- 
gestions calculated to please your fam- 
ily. Oct. 10, 1899. 484 

Oct. 17, 1899. 485 

The question, What shall we have 

to eat? for to-morrow answered. Oct. 
13, 1899. 486 

Oct. 20, 1899. 487 

Copyright bv Walter B. Guild, Bos- 
ton. 1899, nos. 64535, 64541, 64538, 64544, 
Oct. 5; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Admiral Dewey at Monte Carlo. 488 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55444, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

After English newspaper men. 489 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54816, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Aids Britain's hand. 490 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54228, Aug. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Alliance in the East. 491 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55442, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 
Anger spreads in Bohemia. 492 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54234, Aug. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 
Army officers engage in duel. 493 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54536, Aug. 26 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 
Bertillon's excess of zeal. 494 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 5481 1, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Auo-. 28, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Big fires in St. Petersburg. 495 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 53872, Aug. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Birth of an island. 496 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54802, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Bloody riots in Paris. 497 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899,no. 53864, Aug. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Boers await a blow. 498 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54804, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Breaking down the prosecution. 499 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 54239, Aug. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

British troops for Natal. 500 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54823, Aug. 28 : 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Bubonic plague in Portugal. 501 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 55453, Auo-. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899, 

in Russia. 502 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no". 54060, A.ng, -1 : 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Camp (W. M.) Notes on track. 121. 

Disposition of old tics. 503 

Copyright by W. M. Camp, Chicago. 

1899, no. 53860, Aug. 23: 2 copies rec'd 

Auff.28, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Cause of scarcity of money. 504 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 54821, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Ceremonies in Goethe's honor. 505 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55970, Aug. 31; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Chamberlain is criticised. 506 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54810, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Condemns Dreyfus as a Jew. 507 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54240, Aug. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Coolidge (H. L.) Sunshine and shower. 

508 
Copyright by Mrs. Harriett Lincoln 
Coolidge,^ Washington. 1899, no. 52562, 
Aug. 16; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Crew is saved by a warship. 509 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54055, Aug. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Curran (R. Garner). The story of a van- 
ished race. 510 
Copyright by R. Garner Curran, Los 
Angeles. 1899, no. 64027, Oct. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 

Czar and suite see maneuvers. 311 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54237, Aug. 25; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Czar's hand in Africa. 512 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51538, Aug. 26; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Defense finds fraud. 513 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 51801, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Demand freedom of the press. 514 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54235, Aug. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Denies a part in the plot. 515 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54825, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Dewey is in France. 516 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54231, Aug. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Dewey quits Italy. 517 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 54051, Aug. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

to quit Leghorn to-day. 518 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 53871, Aug. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Dewey's men on land. 519 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54803, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Don Carlos' son in Moscow. 520 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54814, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Dreyfus gains self-control. 521 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no., 54540, Aug. 26; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 



keeps his temper. 522 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54062, Aug. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Dundee honors the queen. 523 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55445, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Dutch blame Great Britain. 524 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54233, Aug. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Esterhazy is still absent. 525 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54809, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Experts offer mere theories. 526 

Copvright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55967, Aug. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Fable (The) in slang of the preacher who 
flew his kite. 527 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 53861, Aug. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Fear ex-king Milan's wrath. 528 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 54826, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Fear strike may make trouble. 529 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55454, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Festival is at its height. 530 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53874, Aug. 23 ; 2 copies 
reed Aug. 23, 1899. 

Fielding (Howard). When Reuben came 

to town. 531 

Copyright by C. W. Hooke, U. S. 

1899, no. 54789, An g. 28; 2 copies ree'd 

Aug. 28, 1899. 

'•'Fighting First." 532 

Copyright by G. L. Kilmer, U. S. 
1899, no. 54786,' Aug. 28; 2 copies ree'd 
Aug. 28, 1899. 

Flaws in the prosecution. 533 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54828, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

For a new canal bill. 534 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54819, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Freed from a Russian prison. 535 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55965, Aug. 31 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Gen. Mercier in a bad light. 536 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no! 54827, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Gen. Mercier's fatal move. 537 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55456, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Generals in a rage. 538 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago? " 1899, no.' 54831, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

German eye on Russian trade. 539 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, do! 54236, Aug. 25 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Germans buy American butter. 540 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55452, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Germans face crisis. 541 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54052, Aug. 24 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Germany and Pan-Americanism. 542 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 54058, Aug. 24 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

7939— Vol. 21, No. 4 2 



Titles — Continued. 

Goethe festival's great day. 543 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55451, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 30, 1899. 
Guards hill Cubans. 544 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54526, Aug. 26; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Guerin can not get food. 545 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54829, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Halphen (Georges). Colors and var- 
nishes. 546 
Copyright by George B. Heckel, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 54209, Aug. 25; 2 
copies ree'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Hanson (J. W.) Before the days of 
matches and stoves. 547 

Copyright by W. B. Conkey co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54021, Aug. 24 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Hard blow to Kaiser. 548 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no!" 53870, Aug. 23 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Has an old-age pension bill. 549 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54244, Aug. 25 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Heroes over there. 550 

Copyright by American press asso- 
ciation, New York. 1899, no. 54788. 
Aug. 28 ; 2 copies ree'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Herrick (Christian Terhune). Vegetable 
salads. 551 

Copyright by Walter B. Guild, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no." 64552, Oct, 5; 2 copies 
ree'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Hit right and left. 552 

Copyright by G. L. Kilmer. U. S. 
1899, no. 54787, Aug. 28; 2 copies ree'd 
Aug. 28, 1899. 

Holland for the Transvaal. , 553 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55963, Aug. 31 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Hop crop a partial failure. 554 

Copyright by Chicago record . Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no'. 54059, Aug. 2-1 : 2 copies 
ree'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Hope to hide truth. 

Copyright, by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. M0(\\ Aug. 24 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Aim-. 23, L899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Hurst (George H.) The practical paint 
chemist. 556 

Copyright by Geo. B. Heckel, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 54127, Aug. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Jefferson (Emma C.) Cakes for winter 
socials. 557 

Copyright by Walter B. Guild, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 64553, Oct. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Jiminez expected at Santiago. 558 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54057, Aug. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Judges see the light. 559 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53862, Aug. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Kaiser's plan of conciliation. 560 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 54806, Aug. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Karl Buenz arrives in Hamburg. 561 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55966, Aug. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec ; d Aug. 30, 1899. 
Labor disturbances in Belgium. 562 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55449, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 
Libbey (Laura Jean). Every woman 
needs a home of her own. 563 

The girl who plays the piano. 564 

How to win a man's heart. 565 

The kind of a man who makes a 

home happy. 566 

Copyright by Press pub. co., New 
York. 1899, nos. 55104, 55102, 55105, 
55101, Aug. 29 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 
29, 1899. 

The man who calls just to pass a 

pleasant evening. 567 

The man who weds a girl for her 

wealth. 568 

Copyright by Press pub. co., New 
York. 1899, nos. 64040, 64041, Oct. 3; 2 
copies each rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 

Should girls wait for their ideals? 

569 
Copyright by Press pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 55103, Aug. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

AVomen who let trifles worry them. 

570 

Women who love unworthy objects. 

571 
Copyright by Press pub. co., New 
York. 1899, nos. 64038, 64037, Oct. 3; 
2 copies each rec'd Oct. 3. 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Libbey (Laura Jean). Women who 
make a study of making themselves 
beautiful. 572 

Copyright by Press pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 64039, Oct. 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 

Women who wear diamonds. 573 

Copyright by Press pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 55100, Aug. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Light desired on " syndicate." 574 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54533, Aug. 26 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Lincoln (Mary J.) The end of the pre- 
serving season. 575 
Finger rolls. 576 

An October luncheon. 577 

Palatable dishes at minimum ex- 
pense and easy of preparation. Oct. 
14, 1899. 578 
Oct. 21, 1899. 579 

A Thursday menu, simple, econom- 
ical, and easily prepared. Oct. 11, 1899. 

580 

Oct. 18, 1899. 581 

Copyright by Walter B. Guild, Bos- 
ton. 1899, nos. 64554, 64550, 64549, 64539, 
64545, 64536, 64542. Oct. 5; 2 copies each 
rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Livingston (F.) A pursuing sin. 582 
Copyright by Francis Livingston, 
U.S. 1899, no. 64031, Oct. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 

Loomis (C. B.) The apple trees on Broad- 
way. 583 
Copyright by Charles Battell Loomis, 
New York. 1899, no. 53263, Aug. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

| Madrid incensed at Portugal. 584 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54061, Aug. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

: Maitre Labori unable to appear. 585 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53869, Aug. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Maj. Harrison has yellow fever. 586 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53868, Aug. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

| Markham (Edwin). Dreyfus. 587 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 
York. 1899, no. 55099, Aug. 29; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 



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Titles — C ontinued . 

Max Regis is in Brussels. 588 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53875, Aug. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

May not reach Gen. Mercier. 589 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55969. Aug. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

May readmit insurance firms. 590 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53867, Aug. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Mercier and Roget liable. 591 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53865, Auar. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Mercier may have to answer. 592 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54238, Aug. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

More negotiations looked for. 593 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54813, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Must cease his harangues. 594 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, uo.54812, Aug. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Naples free from the plague. 595 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54815, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

New rebellion in Peru serious. 596 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54529, Aug. 26; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 

ampfer. no. 301. 597 

Copyright by German press and plate 

co., Cleveland. 1899, no. 63713, Oct. 2; 

2 copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Order restored at Hilversum. 598 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54531, Aug. 26; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Otis blocks junta. 599 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54230, Aug. 25; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Paris still uneasy. 600 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899,no. 54053, Aug. 24; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Parker (G.) While the lamp holds out 
to burn. 601 

Copyright by Gilbert Parker, Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 53404, Aug. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Peck (Geo. W.) Peck's Uncle Ike and 
the red-headed boy. [In Peck's sun, 
Aug. 26, 1899.] 602 

Copyright by Geo. W. Peck, Mil- 
waukee. 1899, no. 54702, Aug. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

(In Peck's sun, Sept. 30, 1899.) 603 

Copyright by Geo. W. Peck, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 1899, no. 63648, Oct. 2; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 
Peru's funeral rites. 604 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54242, Aug. 25; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Pierola's four years. 605 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55961, Aug. 31; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Plague makes no progress. 606 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54535, Aug. 26; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Planned Spaniards' surrender. 607 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54531, Aug. 26; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Plot for Deroulede. 608 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54241, Aug. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Praises American contractors. 609 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55448, Aug. 30 : 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Prejudice shown in court. 610 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 54056, Aug. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Prison for alcalde. 611 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 559(52. Aug. 31 : 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Prison rule in Lima. 612 

Copyright by Chicago record, ( 
oago. ' 1899, no. 51064. Aug. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, L899. 

Prosecution may change tactics. 613 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago, ' 1899, no, 55968, Am;-. 31 ; - < opiea 
rec'd Aug. 30. 1899. 



246 

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Titles — Continued. 

Prussian political situation. 614 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55450, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Railways for Peru. 615 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, do' 54525. Aug. 26 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Refuse to let Jiminez land. 616 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 55964. Aug. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Reichsrath to meet in October. 617 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899. no. 55971. Aug. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Returning soldiers on the way. 618 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no! 54830, Aug. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Revolution proves a farce. 619 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54824, Aug. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Riots prevent emperor's visit. 620 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 54807, Aug. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28. 1899. 



Robbed bv bandits. 



621 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55440, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Rochefort gets out of France. 622 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54243, Aug. 25 : 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Roie (Louis). Hints for carving. 623 
Copyright by Walter B. Guild, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 64551, Oct. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Rout of Filipinos. 624 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53863, Aug. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Says Dreyfus must be set free. 625 \ 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54537, Aug. 26 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Schrceder (A. T.) Roberts' Gentile sup- 
port. 626 

Copyright by A. T. Schrceder, Salt 
Lake City. 1899, no. 52135, Aug. 14 ; 2 i 
copies rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Silvela's position critical. 627 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55447, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Small part of $3,000,000 left. 628 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55972, Aug. 31; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Spain fights the plague. 629 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54808. Aug. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Special Berlin cable letter. 630 

Copyright bv Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 64044, Oct. 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 

Special London cable letter. London, 

Aug. 26, 1899. 631 

Copyright by Associated press, New 

York. 1899, no. 54795, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

For Sunday papers. 632 

For Saturday afternoon papers. 633 

Copyright bv Associated press, New 
York. 1899, nos. 64042, 64043, Oct. 3 ; 2 
copies each rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 

Stirred by Russian's visit. 634 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899. no." 54805, Aug. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Stories of the streets and of the town. 
The fable in slang of the American 
professor who wanted to be alone. 

635 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55975. Aug. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Sultan is in fear of a plot. 636 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no! 54530, Aug. 26; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Sultan signs treaty. 637 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54527, Aug. 26 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Suzerainty the issue. 638 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 54818, Aug. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug 28, 1899. 

Talmage (Rev. T. De Witt). Epidemic of 

strikes. 639 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 

York. 1899, no. 50602, Aug. 5; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 5, 1899. 



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Titles— Continued. 

Temple of the Incas. 640 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no."54817, Aug. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Terhune (Mary Virginia). Bananas good 
cooked as well as raw ; how to prepare 
them. By Marion Harland. 641 

Fat for cooking fritters must both. 

be deep and boiling hot. By Marion 
Harland. 642 

Like olive-plants. By Marion Har- 
land. 643 

Lubricating oils. By Marion Har- 
land. 644 

Nuts of all kinds are gaining in fa- 
vor as .articles of diet. Bv Marion 
Harland. 645 

Simple ways of cooking cranberries ; 

a most delicious winter fruit. By 
Marion Harland. 646 

Winking as a household art. By 

Marion Harland [pseud.] 647 

Copyright by Walter B. Guild, Bos- 
ton. 1899, nos. 64540, 64534, 64546,64548, 
64537, 64543, 64547, Oct. 5 ; 2 copies each 
rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Terms of Jamaican treaty. 648 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54822, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Terms of the treaty. 649 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54820, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

To bring submission. 650 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55960, Aug. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

To dissolve the diet. 651 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54528, Aug. 26 ; 2 copies 



Topping (M. A.) Wanted a baby. 652 
Copyright by Mary Ann Topping, 
Gonzales City, Tex. ' 1899, no. 54169, 
Aug. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Trade (The) in livestock. (Kansas Citv I 
star, Aug. 19, 1899.) 653 | 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., j 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 53696, Aug. 
22 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 22, 1899. 

Aug. 21, 1899. 654 | 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., ! 

Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 54049, Aug. I 
24; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City 

star, Aug. 22, 1899.) 655 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 54225, Aug. 

25 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Aug. 23, 1899. 656 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 54510, Aug. 
26; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

Aug. 25, 1899. 657 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 54798, Aug. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Aug. 26, 1899. 658 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 55125, Aug. 
29 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Training for New York parade. 659 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55974, Aug. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Tremble at Labori. 660 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.' 54229, Aug. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. '25, 1899. 

Trial is an enigma. 661 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54539, Aug. 26 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 

Try to provoke war. 662 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no' 55443, Aug. 30; 2 conies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Villainy is proved. 663 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no." 55959, Aug. 31; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Vote against a Belgian strike. 664 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55973, Aug. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Wants war in Africa. 665 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53866, Aug. 23 : - copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

War is near at hand. 666 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899. no. 54054, Aug. 24 : 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 

Weird (The) ceremonies of the Moki 

snake dance. [ Ream's Canon. \v. . 
Aug. 26, L899. 1 » ; ^7 

Copyright bv Moses Dwight Moln- 
tyre. Chicago. ' 1899. no, 54784, Vug. 28; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Wetherell (C.) The jolly Jobbernowls 

bare a minstrel show. 668 

Copyright by Caroline "Wetherell, 

U.S. 1899, no. 54790, Aug. 28; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 



take care of an aching tooth. 



669 



Copyright by Caroline Wetherell, 



U. S. 1899. no. 64032, 
rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 



Oct. 3; 2 copies 



Ibe strange stow- 
670 



Whitmarsh (H. P 
away. 

Copyright by H. Phelps Whitmarsh, 
New York. 1899. no. 53262, Au? 19; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 



Wild rumors resrardin° ;Mercier. 



671 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55455, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30. 1899. 



Will send delegates to America. 672 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55446, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 
Will speak for the Transvaal. 673 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 53873, Aug. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 23, 1899. 
Will wait for the emperor. 674 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 54232, Aug. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25, 1899. 
Won by native chief. 675 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 55441, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 
Yellow fever at Havana. 676 

Copvright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no^ 54532, Aug. 26; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 25. 1899. 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



Blood will tell. Bv Francesca di Maria. 

23 
Copyright by Francesca di Maria, 
Xew York. 1899, no. 65485, Oct. 9; 2 
typewritten copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 



Clergical (The) Mr. Butler. 
S. Keller. 



By Edward 
24 



Copyright bv Edward S. Keller, Fort 
Wayne, Ind. 1899, no. 12355, Feb. 13 ; 2 
typewritten copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Dark (A) horse : a farce, by John Watson 

Dodge. 25 

Copvright by John Watson Dodge, 

New Orleans. 1899, no. 53992, Aug. 24 ; 

2 typewritten copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Little (A) ray of sunshine : a comedy, in 

3 acts, by Mark Ambient and Wilton 
Heriot. 26 

Copyright by W. G. Smyth and My- 
ron B. Rice, New York. 1899,no. 39515, 
June 16; 2 typewritten copies rec'd 
Aug. 26, 1899. 



Nation's (A) hymn: a curtain raiser, in 

1 act, by Marie Evelyn Coe. 27 
Copvright by Marie Evelyn Coe, San 

Francisco, Cal. 1899, no. 36822, June 3 ; 

2 tpyewritten copies rec'd Aug. 21, 1899. 

Sea (The) king: a melodrama, in 4 acts, 
by Carol Reginald, [pseud.] 28 

Copyright bv Charles Renauld, New 
York. 1899, no. 64491, Oct. 5; 2 type- 
written copies rec'd Aug. 19, 1899. 

Tacita : operatic extravaganza and panto- 
mime. 29 
Copyright bv Walter C. Clark, Pe- 
waukee, Wis. 1894. no. 400i)2, Aug. 31; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 

That cook. 30 

Copyright by Robert Barrie, Phila- 
delphia, 1899, no. 64203, Aug. 26: 2 
typewritten copies rec'd Aug. 26, 1899. 



249 
III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



Jan., 1898. v 


23, no. 89. 


628 


Apr., 1898. 


v. 23, no. 90. 


629 


July, 1898. 


v. 23, no. 91. 


630 


Oct., 1898. 


v. 23, no. 92. 


631 


Jan., 1899. 


v. 24, no. 93. 


632 


April, 1899. 


v. 24, no. 94. 


633 


July, 1899. 


v. 24, no. 95. 


634 



Copyright by Benjamin H. Whitta- 
ker, Philadelphia. ' 1899, nos. 63764- 
63770, Oct. 2; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 
2, 1899. 
American florist, v. 15, no. 593. Oct. 14, 
1899. 635 

Copyright by American florist co., 
Chicago. 1899^ no. 58123, Sept. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 
American journal of obstetrics and dis- 
eases of women and children, v. 40, 
no. 4. Oct., 1899. 636 

Copyright by William Wood & CO., 
New York. 1899, no. 60244, Sept. 19 ; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 20, 1899. 



Titles. 

Abendblatt der New Yorker staats-zei- 
tung. Oct. 16, 1899. 617 

Oct. 17, 1899. 618 

Oct. 18, 1899. 619 

Oct. 19, 1899. 620 

Oct. 20, 1899. 621 

Oct. 21, 1899. 622 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1899, nos. 1796- 
1801, Jan. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 17 \ 
to 23, 1899. 
Advance, v. 38, no. 1770. Oct. 12, 1899. 

623 
Copyright by Advance pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 63217, Sept. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 

v. 38, no. 1771. Oct. 19, 1899. 624 

Copyright by Advance pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 63218, Sept. 29; 2 copies j 
rec'd Oct. 21, 1899. 
Amateur pointer for amateur photogra- 
phers. Oct., 1899. v.l,no.l0. 625 i 
Copyright by E. & H. Anthony & i 
co., New York. 1899, no. 12683, Feb. 15; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 21, 1899. 
American agriculturist, v. 64, no. 17. i 
Oct. 2.1, 1899. 626 j 
Copyright by Orange Judd co., New ! 
York. 1899, no. 703, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 20, 1899. 
American architect and building news. 
v. 66, no. 1242. Oct. 14, 1899. 627 
Copyright by American architect and 
building news co., Boston. 1899, no. 
3860, Jan. 9; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 18, 1899. 
American Catholic quarterly review. 



Titles — Continued. 

Arena. Oct., 1899, v. 12, no. 4. 637 

Copyright by Alliance pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 59930, Sept. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 

Argosy. Nov., 1899. v. 31, no. 4. 638 

Copyright by Frank A. Munsey, New 
York. 1899, no. 63755, Oct. 2 ; 2 'copies 
rec'd Oct. 21, 1899. 

Atlantic reporter. Oct. 4, 1899. v. 44, 
no. 6. 639 

Copyright by West publishing co., 
S t. Paul. 1899, no. 63758, Oct. 2 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

Ave Maria. Oct. 21, 1899. v. 49, no. 17. 

640 
Copyright by Daniel E. Hudson, 
Notre Dame, Ind. 1899, no. 58829, Sept. 
13; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 20, 1899. 

Baptist union, v. 9, no. 41. Oct. 14, 

1899. 641 

Copyright by Baptist young people's 

union of America, Chicago. 1899, no. 

39264, June 14; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 16, 
1899. 

v. 9, no. 42. Oct. 21, 1899. 642 

Copyright by Baptist young people's 
union of America, Chicago. 1899, no. 

39265, June 14 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 21, 
1899. 

Biles' semi-monthly pocket edition 
whisky price list. May 10, 1899. 643 
Copyright by J. W. Biles co., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 30121, May 3; 2 copies 
rec'd May 22, 1899. 

Bradstreet's. v. 27, no. 1112. Oct. 21, 

1899. 644 

Copyright by Bradstreet co.. New 

York. 1899, no. 2667, Jan. 5; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 21, 1899. 

Brooklyn life. Oct. 21, 1899. v. 20, no. 

503. 645 

Copyright by Brooklyn life pub. co., 

Brooklyn. 1899. no. I'L*;^?. Mar. 28j 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 21. 1899. 

Carriage monthly, v. 35. no. 7. Oct.. 1899. 

646 
Copyright by Ware bros., Philadel- 
phia, ' 1899, no.' 12149, Feb. 11:2 copies 
rec'd Oct, 17. 1899. 

Catholic news. v. 18, no. 51. Oot. IS. 1899, 

647 
Copyright by Catholic news pub. oo., 

New York. 1898.no. 74507, Deo. 20 ; 2 
copies rec'd Oot, 21. 1899. 



250 

PERIODICALS.— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Catholic news. (New York edition.) 

v. 13, no. 51. Oct. 14, 1899. 648 

Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 

New York. 1898, no. 74558, Dec. 20; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 

Chicago dry goods reporter. Oct. 14, 1899. 

v. 29, no. 41. 649 

Copyright bv Dry goods reporter co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 52149, Aug. 14; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 

Christian endeavor world, v. 13. no. 50. 

Sept. 14, 1899. 650 

Copyright by Golden rule co., Boston. 

1899, no. 856, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 

16, 1899. 

v. 14, no. 3. Oct. 19, 1899. 651 

Copyright by Golden rule co., Boston. 
1899, no. 861, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 
18, 1899. 

Christian herald, v. 22, no. 42. Oct. 18, 

1899. 652 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 

York. * 1898, no. 75015, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 17, 1899. 

Christognosis. Sept., 1899. v. 8, no. 11. 

653 
Copyright by The Christognosis pub. 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 59928, Sept. 18; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 16, 1899. 

Oct. 8, 1899. v. 8, no. 12. 654 

Copyright by The Christognosis pub. 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 59929, Sept. 18; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 

Cigar store. Oct., 1899. 655 

Copyright by Cigar store pub. co.. 
New York. 1899, no. 62449, Sept. 26 ; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 21, 1899. 

Commercial and financial chronicle, v. 

69, no. 1791. Oct. 21, 1899. 656 

Copyright by William B.Dana co., 

New York. 1899, no. 42102, June 28; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 21, 1899. 

Cycling gazette and motor vehicle review. 

v. 8, no. 21. Oct. 19, 1899. 657 

Copyright by Emil Grossman & bro., 

Cleveland. 1899, no. 41641, June 26; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 21, 1899. 

Dixie, v.2. Oct., 1899. no. 10. 658 

Copyright by Dixie pub. co., Balti- 
more. 1899, no. 30603, May 5 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 

Dry goods economist, no. 2882. Oct. 14, 

1899. 659 

Copyright by Textile publishing 

company, New York. 1899, no. 42211, 

June 28; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Electrical patents. Aug. 29, 1899. no. 9. 

660 
Copyright by Henry B. Russell & co., 
Washington. 1899, no. 54319, Aug. 25; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 
Electrical review. Oct. 18, 1899. v. 35, 
no. 16. 661 

Copyright bv Electrical review pub. 
co., New York/ 1899, no. 41804, July 10; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 20, 1899. 
Electrical world and engineer. Oct. 14, 
1899. v. 31, no. 16. 662 

Copyright by Electrical world and 
engineer, New York. 1899, no. 42463, 
June 29 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 

Oct. 21, 1899. v. 34, no. 17. 663 

Copyright by Electrical world and 

engineer, New York. 1899, no. 42464, 

June 29; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 20, 1899. 

Engineering record, building record, and 

the sanitary engineer. Oct. 21, 1899. 

v. 40, no. 21.' 664 

Copyright by Engineering record, 

New York. 1898, no. 71227, Dec. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 21, 1899. 

Evening post. v. 98. Oct. 2, 1899. 665 

Oct. 3, 1899. 666 

Oct. 4. 1899. 667 

Oct. 5, 1899. 688 

Oct. 6, 1899. 669 

Oct. 7, 1899. 670 

Oct. 9, 1899. 671 

Oct. 10, 1899. 672 

Oct. 11, 1899. 673 

Oct. 12, 1899. 674 

Oct. 13, 1899. 675 

Oct. 14, 1899. 676 

Oct. 16, 1899. 677 

Oct. 17, 1899. 678 

Oct. 18, 1899. 679 

— Oct. 19, 1899. 680 

Oct. 20. 1899. 681 

Oct. 21, 1899. 682 

Copyright by Evening post pub. co. ? 
New York. 1899, nos. 64045-64062, Oct. 
3; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 3 to 23, 1899. 
Examiner, v. 77, no. 42. Oct. 19, 1899. 

683 
Copyright by Examiner co., New 
York. 1899, no. 2615, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec d Oct. 19, 1899. 
Farm and home. Eastern ed. Oct. 15, 
1899. v. 20, no. 393. 684 

Copyright by Phelps pub. co., 
Spriugfield, Mass. 1898, no. 76459, Dec. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 19, 1899. 
Farm implement news. Oct. 12, 1899. 
v. 20, no. 41. 685 

Copyright by Farm implement news 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 62519, Sept. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 



251 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Farm implement news. Oct. 19, 1899. 

y. 20, no. 42. 686 

Copyright by Farm implement news 

co.. Chicago. 1899, no. 63520, Sept. 30; 

2 copies rec'd Oct. 21, 1899. 

Farm-poultry. Oct. 15, 1899. y. 10, no. 
20. 687 

Copyright by I. S. Johnson & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 8878, Jan. 28; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 18, 1899. 

Federal reporter. Oct. 3, 1899. y. 96, no. 3. 

688 
Copyright bv West publishing co., St. 
Paul. 1899, no. 63759, Oct. 2 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 

Gardening. v. 8. no. 171. Oct 15,1899. 

689 
Copyright by Gardening co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 57746, Sept. 9 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 20, 1899. 

Golden days. v. 20, no. 35. July 15, 1899. 

690 
Copyright by James Elverson, Phila- 
delphia. 1899' no. 43264, July 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 27, 1899. 

Harper's bazar, v. 32, no. 42. 691 

Copyright by Harper t% bros., New 
York. " 1899, no. 60869, Sept. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 20, 1899. 

Harper's weekly, y. 43, no. 2235. 692 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 60890, Sept. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 19, 1899. 

Hints. Oct., 1899. y.l,no.5. 693 

Copyright by W. L. Hatch, New 
York. 1899, no. 58873, Sept. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 20, 1899. 

Hooper's bulletin of clothing, cuts, and 
ads. Oct., 1899. 694 

Copyright by Will Phillip Hooper, 
New York. 1899, no. 63452, Sept. 30; 

2 copies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Horseman, v. 19, no. 42. Oct. 17, 1899. 

695 
Copyright by Chicago horseman 
newspaper co., Chicago. 1899, no. 2811, 
Jan. 5; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 19. 1899. 

Illinois ^cycling club life. Sept., 1899. 
v.8,no.5. 696 

Copyright by Maurice Clifford John- 
son, Chicago. 1899, no. 54708, Aug. 28 ; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 

Illustrated Buffalo express. Sunday. 

Oct. 15, 1899. 697 

Copyright bv Geo. E. Matthews & 

co., Buffalo. 1899, no. 3058, .Ian. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Illustrated police news. Oct. 21, 1899. 
y. 66, no. 1722. 698 

Copyright by A Id en publishing co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 45498, July 12 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 20, 1899. 

In myth-land. Oct., 1899. v. 1, no. 1. 

699 
Copyright by William E. Chittenden 
and Frances Armstrong Woods, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54706, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 18, 1899. 

International medical magazine. Oct., 
1899. v. 8, no. 10. 700 

Copyright by E. B. Treat & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 49189, July 29; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 19, 1899. 

Jewelers' circular. Oct. 18, 1899. v. 39, 

no. 12. 701 

Copyright by The jewelers' circular 

pub. co., New York. 1899, no. 56474, 

Sept. 2; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 19, 1899. 

Journal of school geography, v. 3. no. 8. 

Oct., 1899. 702 

Copyright by Richard E. Dodge, New 

York. 1899, no. 35574, May 27 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 18, 1899. 

Journal of the American medical associa- 
tion. Oct. 14, 1899. v. 33, no. 16. 703 
Copyright by American medical 
assoc, Chicago. 1899, no. 56513, Sept. 
2 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 

Judge. Oct. 21, 1899. a-. 37, no. 940. 704 
Copyright by Judge co., New York. 
1899, no. 55516, Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Oct. 16, 1899. 

Junior Christian endeavor world. Nov., 

1899. v. 7, no. 11. 705 

Copyright by Golden rule co., Boston. 

1898, no. 73786", Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd 

Oct. 18, 1899. 

Leslie's weekly. Oct, 21, 1899. v. 89. no. 

2302. 706 

Copyright by Judge co.. New York. 

1899,iio. 55530, Aug. 30; 2 copies reo'd 

Oct, 21, 1899. 

Life. Oct, 19. 1899. v. 34, no. 882. 707 
Copyright bv Life pub. CO., New- 
York. ' 1899. no.* 22040, Mar. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct, 18. 1899, 

Literary lite. Oct. 14, 1899. v. I. no. 7. 

Copyright bv Montgomery pub. eo.. 
New York. 1899. no. 02760, Sept»27j 2 
copies rec'd Oct. It. 1809. 



252 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Mayflower. Nov., 1899. v. 15, no. 11. 

709 

Copyright by Mayflower pub. co., 

John Lewis Childs, president, Floral 

Park, N. Y. 1898, no. 75258, Dec. 23; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 20, 1899. 

Medical news. v. 75, no. 17. Oct. 21, 1899. 

710 
Copyright by Lea bros. & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 2747, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 21, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 



v. 56, no. 16. Oct. 14, 
711 



Medical record. 
1899. 

Copyright by William Wood & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 60232, Sept. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 

v. 56, no. 17. Oct. 21, 1899. 712 

Copyright by William \Vood & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 60233, Sept. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 21, 1899. 

Morse and Rogers money saver. Oct., 

1899. v. 6, no. 10. 713 

Copyright by Morse & Rogers, New 

York. 1898, no. 75706, Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 21, 1899. 



Motor vehicle review 
1, no. 7. 



Oct. 17, 1899. v. 
714 

Copyright by Emil Grossman & bro., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 1899, no. 57530, Sept. 
8 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 19, 1899. 

National provisioner. Oct. 14, 1899. v. 

21, no. 15. 715 

Copyright by Joseph H. Senner, New 

York. 1899, no. 54559, Aug. 26 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 



New England homestead. 
Oct. 14, 1899. 



v. 39, no. 16. 
716 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., New 
York. 1899, no. 754, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 16, 1899, 

v. 39, no. 17. Oct. 21, 1899. 717 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., New 
York. 1899, no. 755, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 21, 1899. 

New York clipper, v. 47, no. 34. Oct. 21, 

1899. 718 

Copyright by Frank Queen pub. co. 

(ltd. ), New York. 1899, no. 63170, Sept. 

29; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 19, 1899. 

New York fireside companion, v. 64, no. 

1656. July 22, 1899. 719 

Copyright by George Munro's sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 45128, July 11; 2 

copies rec'd June 29, 1899. 

New York herald. Oct. 15, 1899. 720 
Oct. 16, 1899. 721 



New York herald, 


Oct. 17, 1899. 


722 


Oct. 18, 1899. 




723 


Oct. 19, 1899. 




724 


Oct. 20, 1899. 




725 


Oct. 21, 1899. 




726 



Copyright by James G. Bennett, New 
York. 1899, nos. 60690-60696, Sept. 21; 
2 copies each rec'd Oct. 16 to 23, 1899. 

New York journal and advertiser. Oct. 

15, 1899. 727 

Oct. 16, 1899. 728 

Oct. 17, 1899. 729 

Oct. 18, 1899. 730 

Oct. 19, 1899. 731 

Oct. 20, 1899. 732 

Oct. 21, 1899. 733 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser, New York. 1*99, nos. 63275- 

63281, Sept. 29; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 

16 to 21, 1899. 

New York times. Sunday, Oct. 5, 1899. 

734 
Copyright by New York times co., 
New York. 1899, no. 58869, Sept. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 

New Y'orker staats-zeitung. v. 65. Mon- 
day, Oct. 16, 1899. 735 

Tuesday, Oct. 17, 1899. 736 

Wednesday, Oct. 18, 1899. 737 

Thursday, Oct. 19, 1899. 738 

Friday, Oct. 20, 1899. 739 

Saturday, Oct. 21, 1899. 740 

Copyright by New Y^orker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1899, nos. 1486- 
1491, Jan. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 16 
to 23, 1899. 

North American. Oct. 16, 1899. 741 

Oct. 17, 1899. 742 

Oct. 18, 1899. 743 

Oct. 19, 1899. 744 

Oct. 20, 1899. 745 

Oct. 21, 1899. 746 

Copyright by North American co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, nos. 45304-45309, 
July 11 ; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 16 to 
21, 1899. 

Orange Judd farmer, v. 27, no. 17. Oct. 

21, 1899. 747 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., New 

York. 1899. no. 651, Jan. 3; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 

Outlook. Oct. 21, 1899. v. 63, no. 8. 748 

Copyright by Outlook co., New York. 

1899, no. 7086, Jan. 20; 2 copies rec'd 

Oct. 19, 1899. 

Pacific reporter. Oct. 5, 1899. v. 58, no. 8. 

749 
Copyright by West publishing co., 
St. Paul. 1899, no. 63762, Oct. 2 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 



253 

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Titles — C ontinued . 

Pan-American. Oct., 1899. 750 

Copyright by Pan-American pub. co., 
Buffalo, N. Y. ' 1899, no. 61171, Oct. 4 ; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 

People's railway guide, v. 25, no. 591. 

Oct. 15, 1899. " 751 

Copyright by I. L. Pease, Albany, 

N. Y. '1899, no. 11663, June 26; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 17, 1899. 

Philadelphia inquirer. Sunday, Oct. 15, 
1899. v. 141, no. 107. 752 

Monday, Oct. 16, 1899. v. 141, no. 108. 

753 

Tuesday, Oct. 17, 1899. v.141, no. 109. 

754 

Wed., Oct. 18, 1899. v. 141, no. 110. 

755 

Thurs., Oct. 19, 1899. v. 141, no. 111. 

756 

Friday, Oct. 20, 1899. v. 141, no. 112. 

757 

Saturday, Oct. 21, 1899. v. 141, no. 

113. 758 

Copyright bv Philadelphia inquirer 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, nos. 59619- 
59625, Aug. 28; 2 copies each rec'd Oct. 
16 to 21, 1899. 

Quaker. Nov., 1899. v. 6, uo. 4. 759 

Copyright by Frank A. Munsey, New 
York. " 1899, no. 63753, Oct. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 21, 1899. 

Eadford review, v. 5, no. 6. Oct. 15, 

1899. 760 

Copyright by Radford review co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 64262, Oct. 4; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 19, 1899. 

St. Louis republic, Oct. 15, 1899. 761 

Copyright by Publishers, Geo. Knapp 
& co., St. Louis. 1899, no. 46897, July 
19; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 17, 1899. 

Sunday magazine. Oct. 15, 1899. 762 

Copyright bv Publishers, Geo. Knapp 
& co., St. Louis. 1899, no. 46898, July 
19 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 17, 1899. 

Saturday evening post. Oct. 21, 1899. v. 
172, no. 17. 763 

Copyright by Curtis pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899," no. 62774, Sept. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 21, 1899. 

Saturday night, v. 36, no. 47. July 8, 
1899. 764 

Copyright by James Elverson, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 40201, June 19; 2 
copies rec'd June 20, 1899. 

School journal, v. 59, no. 12. Sept. 30, 

1899. ' 765 

Copyright by E. L. Kellogg & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 15936, Feb. 28; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 



Titles — Continued . 

School journal, vol. 59, no. 14. Oct. 14, 

1899. 766 

Copyright by E. L. Kellogg & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 15938, Feb. 28; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 

Scientific american. Oct. 21, 1899. 767 
Copyright by Munn & co., New York. 
1899, no. 441, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 
19, 1899. 

Supplement. Oct. 21, 1899. 768 

Copyright by Munn & co., New York. 
1899, no. 504, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Oct, 
19, 1899. 

Sister republics. Oct., 1899. v. 1, no. 2. 

769 
Copyright by George C. Shields and 
Frank Brady, Denver, Colo. 1899, no. 
62401, Sept. 26; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 16, 
1899. 
Sonntagsblatt der New Yorker staats- 
zeitung. v. 51, no. 42. Oct. 15, 1899. 

770 

Copyright bv New Yorker staats- 

zeitung, New York. 1899, no. 1901, 

Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 

Southeastern reporter. Oct. 3, 1899. v. 

33, no. 18. 771 

Copyright by West publishing co., 

St. Paul. 1899, no. 63763, Oct. 2; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 7, 1899. 

Sporting goods dealer, v. 1, no. 1. 772 
Copyright by Charles C. Spink. St. 
Louis. 1899, no. 53806, Aug. 23; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 14, 1899. 
" State's duty." Oct., 1899. v. 10, no. 1. 

773 

Copyright bv W. H. Moore, St. Louis. 

1899, no. 35183, May 25; 2 copies rec'd 

Oct. 16, 1899. 

Street railway journal. Oct., 1899. v. 15, 

no. 10. 77-1 

Copyright bv American electrician 

co., New York.' 1898. no. 76509. Doc. 

28; 2 copies rec'd Oct, 17, 1899. 

Success, v. 2, no. 58. Oct. 21. 1899. 775 
Copyright by Success CO., Now York. 
1898, no. 76062, Poo. 27; 2 copies ree'd 
Oct. 10, 1899. 

Sun. v. 67. Sunday, Oct. 15, 1899 

Monday, Oct. 16, 1899. 

Tuesday, Oct. 17. 1899. 

Wednesday, Oct. 18, 1899. 

Thursday, Oct. 19. 1899, 

Friday, Oct. 20, 1899. 

.Saturday. Oct. 21, 1899. 

Copyright by Sun printing and pub. 
ass'n, New York. 1899. nos. L162-1168, 
Jan. 3; 2 oopies each reo'd Oot, 16 to 
23, 1899. 



< ,o 
777 

77S 
779 
780 
781 



254 

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Titles — Continued. 

Svenska Amerikanska posten. Lop, no. 

763. Oct. 17, 1899. 783 

Copyright by Swan J. Turnblad, 

Minneapolis. 1899, no. 809, Jan. 3; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 20, 1899. 

Town topics, v. 42, no. 16. Oct. 19, 

1899. 784 

Copyright by Town topics pub. co., 

New York. 1899, no. 4016, Jan. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 19, 1899. 

Universal brotherhood, v. 14, no. 7. 

Oct., 1899. 785 

Copvright by Katherine A. Tingley, 

New York. 1899, no. 12493, Feb. 13; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 17, 1899. 

Verdict. Oct. 23, 1899. v. 2, no. 19. 786 
Copyright by Verdict pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 52618, Aug. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 18, 1899. 

Western brewer. Oct. 15, 1899. v. 24, 
no. 10. 787 

Copyright by H. S. Rich & co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 5791, Jan. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 

Western electrician, v. 25, no. 17. Oct. 

21, 1899. 788 

Copyright by Electrician pub. co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 329, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Oct. 19, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Western pig iron ass'n. Oct. 15, 1899. 

Stock report, no. 298. 789 

Copyright by Western pig iron ass'n, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 1899, no. 5548, Jan. 13; 

2 copies rec'd Oct. 16, 1899. 

Wochenblatt der New Yorker staats- 

zeitung. Oct. 21, 1899. 790 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 

zeitung. New York. 1899, no. 1954, 

Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 19, 1899. 

Yale alumni weekly. Oct. 18, 1899. v. 

9, no. 4. 791 

Copyright by Lewis S. Welch, New 

Haven, Conn. 1899, no. 64586, Oct, 5; 

2 copies rec'd Oct. 20, 1899. 

Young people's weekly, v. 13, no. 43. 

Oct. 22, 1899. 792 

Copyright by David C. Cook pub. 

co., Elgin, 111/ 1899, no. 3180, Jan. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 21, 1899. 

Youth's companion. Oct. 19, 189!). v. 73, 
no. 42. 793 

Copyright by Perry Mason &. co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 8475, Jan. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 18, 1899. 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Admiral (The). Overture for band, by 

Fred Luscomb. 801 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 

York. 1899, no.' 55616, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Admiral Sampson. March, by Irenee 
Cier. [Piano.] 802 

Copyright by Irenee Cier, New Or- 
leans. 1899, no. 51834, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Advance (The) guard. Grande marche 
militaire, by Sidney Smith: op. 35; ar- 
ranged for band by L. P. Laurendeau. 

803 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 55609, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

AgnusDei. LambofGod. By G. Bizet; 
arranged for orchestra by Theo. Moses- 
Tobani. 804 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 55600, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 
Ah ! fill the cup of pleasure. For soprano 
and alto (duet or chorus), from the 
opera "Raoul," by Stella Prince 
Stocker. 805 

Copyright by Stella Prince Stocker, 
Duluth, Minn. * 1899, no. 57096, Sept. 6; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 
Air and variations. For piano, by Han- 
del; edited by Margaret Cameron. 

806 
Copyright by H. F. Chandler, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54875, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 



255 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Alabama wedding. Cake-walk, two-step 
or march, for piano, by J. W, Wheeler. 

807 
Copyright bv Atlantic music co., 
Boston. 1899," no. 55079, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Amaranth. For piano, by Albert Jung- 
maun: op. 196, no. 2. Revised and fin- 
gered by Arthur Dana. 808 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 56007, Aug. 31 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

American college song. 5. " Soldier's 
farewell." Fantasia for violin and 
piano, by Gustav Saenger: op. 81, no. 
3. 809 

15. "A-roving : " op. 82, no. 8. 810 

24. "It's a way we have at Old 

Harvard:" op.82,iio.l2. 811 

Copvright by Carl Fischer, New 

York." 1899, nos. 55654, 55621, 55624, 

Aug. 30; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 30, 

' 1899. 

American dance, no. 1. For orchestra, 
by W. F. Kretschmer: op. 100. 812 

no. 2: op. 101. 813 

16. "Pop goes the weasel." Fan- 
tasia for violin and piano, by Gustav 
Saenger: op. 81, no. 8. 814 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, nos. 55593, 55595, 55651, Aug. 30; 2 
copies each rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

American expansion. Words and music 

by John Z. Macdonald. 815 

Copyright by John Z. Macdonald, 

Brazil, Iud. 1899, no. 55370, Aug. 30 ; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

American hynm. 1. "Sun of my soul." 
Fantasia for violin and piano, by 
Gustav Saenger: op. 82, no. 1. 816 

2. "Nearer, my God, to thee:" op. 

80, no. 1. 817 

9. "Onward, Christian soldiers:" 

op. 82, no. 1. 818 

9. "Rock of ages:" op. 81, no. 5. 

819 

14. "Holy, holy:" op. 81, no. 7. 820 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, nos. 55642, 55632, 55623, 
55648, 55650, Aug. 30; 2 copies each 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

American minstrel song. 3. "Old folks 
at home." Fantasia for violin and 
piano, by Gustav Saenger : op. 82, no. 2. 

821 

10. "My old Kentucky home :" op. 

18, no. 5. 822 

11. " Ella Ree :" op. 82, no. 6. 823 

17. " Uncle Ned : " op. 82, no. 9. 824 



Titles — Continued. 

American minstrel song. 18. "Oh, Sus- 
annah:" op. 80, no. 9. 825 

19. "Tom Big Bee river:" op. 81, 

no. 10. 826 

24. "Rosa Lee:" op. 81, no. 12. 827 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, nos. 55646, 55585, 55617, 
55620, 55586, 55644, 55647, Aug. 30; 2 
copies each rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

American national song. 6. "Yankee 
Doodle." Fantasia for violin and pi- 
ano, by Gustav Saenger : op. 80, no. 3. 

828 

12. "America : " op. 80, no. 6. 829 

24. "The red, white, and blue:" 

op. 80, no. 12. 830 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, nos. 55630, 55591, 55590, 
Aug. 30; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 30, 
1899. 

American patriotic song. 7. "Hail Co- 
lumbia." Fantasia for violin and pi- 
ano, by Gustav Saenger: op. 82, no. 4. 

831 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 55640, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

American rhapsody. For orchestra, bv 

Fred Luscomb. * 832 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 

York. " 1899, no. 55598, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 833 

American song. 1. "Home, sweet 

home." Fantasia for violin and piano. 

by Gustav Saenger: op. 81, no. 1. 834 
19. " Oft in the stilly night : " op. 

82, no. 10. 834 

Copvright by Carl Fischer, New 

York/ 1899, nos. 55652, 55619, Aug. 30; 

2 copies each rec'd Aug. 30. 1899. 

American Avar song. 20. "Oh! Willie. 
we have missed you.'' Fantasia for 
violin and piano, by Gustav Saenger: 
op. 80, no. 10. 835 

Copvright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. ' 1899, no'. 55592. Aug. 30: 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Andante in E. For the organ, by A. 1.. 

Barnes. 836 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston. '1899. no. 55167, Aug. 29 : 2 oop- 

ies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Andrevuola partita. An autumn part- 
ing. Words ami music by Marquis de 
Leuville. London, the Guildhall 
musie pub. co. 

Copyright bv Martinis de Leuville. 
England. 1899. no. 54614, Aug. 28 J 9 
copies rec'd Aug. 28. 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Angel's serenade. Melody by G. Braga; 
arranged for piano by A. H. RoSewig. 

838 
Copyright by Hamilton S. Gordon, 
New York. 1899, no. 55141, Aug. 29; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Anthems and voluntaries. Section 2. 
Editors, John R. Sweney, Wm. J. Kirk- 
patrick. 839 

Copyright by John J. Hood, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 53227, Aug. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Arabesque. Pour piano, par Leopold 
Godowsky: op. 16. no. 2. 840 

Copyright bv Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 55164, Aug. 29 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Are you waiting? Ballad. Words and 

music by D. J. Bunce. 841 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York. 1899, no. 55812, Aug. 

30; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Are you wholly willing? Words by H. 
W. Brown; music by O. S. Grinnell. 

842 
Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55216, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Arena (The). March and two-step for 
piano, by W. A. Corey. 843 

Copyrigbt by M. D. Swisher, Phila- 
delphia. 1899. no. 63392, Aug. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Arrangement de concert du Rondo de 
Fr. Chopin: op. 16. Pour piano, par 
Leopold Godowsky. 844 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no! 55161, Aug. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

At sunrise. Idylle, by John W. Bratton. 
Arranged for orchestra by Theo. Ben- 
dix. 845 

Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 55686, Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

At the mercy of the waves. Composed 
by P. Hyendal; arranged for piano by 
A. H. RoSewig. 846 

Copyright by Hamilton S. Gordon, 
New York. 1899, no. 55151, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Bachelor (The) and his tent. Wordsaud 

music by George F. Keltner. 847 

Copyright bv Geo. F. Keltner, Salem, 

Mo. 1899, no. 44902, July 10; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Balletstlick. Fur piano, von J. Ad. 
Hagg. Leipzig, Friedrich Hofmeis- 
ter. 848 

Copyright by Friedrich Hofmeister, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 54634, Aug. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Bandmaster (The). Two-step march, for 
piano, by Dan. J. Sullivan. 849 

Copyright bv Vivian music co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. "55067, Aug. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Banquet march. By P. F. DelCampiglio. 

no. 555. 850 

Copyright bv Mermod freres, Ste. 

Croix, Switzerland. 1899, no. 53929, 

Aug. 24; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Barcarolle-valse. Pour piano, par Leo- 
pold Godowsky : op. 16, no. 4. 851 
Copyright bv Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 55163, Aug. 29 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Beautiful life. Words arranged by O. S. 

Grinnell; music by O. S. Grinnell. 852 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55176, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Belle of the Philippines. March and two- 
step, by Warren Clair Daily. 853 
Copyright by H. Franklin Jones, 
Brooklyn. 1899, no. 55693, August 30; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 



Belle (The) of 1900. 
Frederick Leeds. 



Waltz, for piano, by 

854 



Copyright by Frederick Leeds, Ran- 
dolph,' Vt. 1899, no. 55364, Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Ben Bolt. Melody by N. Kneass; ar- 
ranged for pianobv A. H. RoSewig. 

855 
Copyright by Hamilton S. Gordon. 
New York. 1899, no. 55142, Aug. 2; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Benedictus qui venit, and Agnus Dei. 
no. 1 . From the service no. 1, in E Hat, 
by John Stainer. London, Novello 
& co., ltd. 856 

From the service no. 2, in A and D. 

857 
Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, "nos. 55293, 55294, Aug. 
30; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Bethlehem's king. Christmas service, by 
R. L. Lewis and W. B. Judefind. 858 
Copyright by Hall-Mack co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 54868, Aug. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Birds of spring. Waltz, for piano, by 

Emil Erdmann. 859 

Copyright by Hanger bros., Lincoln, 

111. 1899, no. o5369, Aug. 30; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 
Blessed Jesus. Words by Sallie Keep 

Best; music by O. S. Grinnell. 860 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55199, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 
Blessed Jesus, Thou art mine. Words 

arranged, and music, bv O. S. Grinnell. 

861 
Copyright bv R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55189, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 
Blumenlieder und andere lieder. Fiir 

piano, von J. Ad. Ha'gg. Heft 1, no. 1. 

Anemone. Leipzig, Friedrich Hof- 

meister. 862 

- Heft 1, no. 3. Primula veris. 863 
Am bache. 864 
Kleeblume. 865 
Unterm eichenbaume. 

866 
no. 10. Vergissmeinnicht. 
867 

Heft 2, no. 12. Blaue glockenblume. 

868 
Frohlicher morgen- 
869 

- Heft 2, no. 16. Antwort. 870 

Heft 2, no. 18. Kranze binder. 871 

Heft 2, no. 20. Auf der Wiese. 872 

Copyright by Friedrich Hofmeister, 
Leipzig. 1899, nos. 54639, 54641, 54643, 
54645, 54647, 54648, 54650, 54651, 54654, 
54656, 54658, Aug. 28; 2 copies each 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Blumenstiick. Fiir piano, von J. Ad. 
Hiigg. Leipzig, Friedrich Hofmeis- 
ter. 873 
Copyright by Friedrich Hofmeister, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 54638, Aug. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Bohemienne. For piano, by Benjamin 
Godard. Edited by Ferd. Meyer. 874 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 56009, Aug. 31 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Boisterous spirits. Polka, by Louis 
Blanc. Arranged for orchestra by F. 
Kretschmer. * 875 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. * 1899, no. 55635, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Bonniest (The) flower of tbe Devon. 
Words by Robert Burns; music by P. 
McCourt. 876 

Copyright by Peter McCourt, Star 
Lake, Wis. 1899, no. 55877, Aug. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 



Heft 1, no. o. 
Heft 1, no. 7. 
Heft 1, no. 9. 

Heft 



— Heft 2, no. 14. 
wanderer. 



Titles —Continued. 

Bostonian. March and two-step, by W. 
D. Kenneth. Arranged for guitar solo 
by Walter Jacobs. 877 

Copyright by Walter Jacobs, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 55670, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Brabaneonne (La). Belgian national 

song. no. 565. 878 

Copyright by Mermod freres, Ste. 

Croix, Switzerland. 1899, no. 53925, 

Aug. 24; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Bruchstiick aus dem " Biirenhanter," von 
Siegfried Wagner. Akt 1, scene 5. 
Fiir klavier. 879 

Copyright by Max Brockhaus, Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 55830, Aug. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Bugle (The) calls. Words by Clayton 
Parkhill; music by S. Effie Parkhill. 

880 
Copyright by Clayton Parkhill, Den- 
ver, Colo. 1899, no. 63394, Au<r. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Bunch (A) of carnations. Waltz quad- 
rille, for orchestra, by H. Alberti. 881 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 55636, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

By and by will soon be now. Words 
arranged by O. S. Grinnell (Orlando 
Smith) ; music by O. S. Grinnell. 882 
Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55221, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

I Ca'id (Le). Overture, by A. Thomas. 
Arranged for orchestra by Theo. Moses- 
Tobani. 883 

Copyright bv Carl Fischer. New 
York. 1899, no. 55597, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Cake (The) walk in the sky. Ethiopian 
two-step, by Ben Harney. Arranged 
for orchestra by W. H. Mackie. 884 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons. 
New York. 1899, no. 56013, Aug. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

California volunteer march. For banjo 

and piano, by Max [Colander. 885 

Copyright by Max Kolauder, San 

Francisco. 1899, no. 55359, Ang. 30j 2 

copies reo'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Calm on the list ning ear of night. A 
Christmas anthem. Words by J. 1>. 
Dykes; music bv Horatio W. Parker. 

886 
Copyright by Horatio W. Parker, l". 
S. 1899. no. 8203. Jan. 20: 2 copies i\v\l 
I Oct. 18, 1899. 



258 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Capriccio. Pour piano, par Leopold 

Godowsky: op. 15, no. 3. 887 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston. 1899, no. 55165, Aug. 29; 2 

copies ree'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Chant national Japonais. Japanese na- 
tional song. no. 563. 888 

Copyright by Mermod freres, Ste' 
Croix, Switzerland. 1899, no. 53927, 
Aug. 24; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Christian soldiers. Words and music by 

O. S. Grinnell. 889 

Cooyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55191, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

College song. 3. " C'rambambuli." 
Fantasia, for violin and piano, by Gus- 
tav Saenger: op. 81, no. 2. 890 

4. "Upidee." op. 80, no. 2. 891 

12. " Bingo." op. 81, no. 6. 892 

16. " Mary had a little lamb." op. 

80, no. 8. 893 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York." 1899, nos. 55653, 55631, 55649, 
55588, Aug. 30; 2 copies each rec'd 
Aug. 30, 1899. 

Coming (The) time. Words and music 

by O. S. Grinnell. 894 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55181, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Concert paraphrase. Chopin's valse: 
op. 18. Pour piano, par Leopold 
Godowsky. 895 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 55162, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Concertino no. 1 in G minor. For violin 

and piano, by Gustav Saenger. 896 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 

York. 1899, no. 55657, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Consolation march. For band, by Zat- 
tarelli. 897 

Copyright by C. G. Conn & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 55365, Aug. 30; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Coon (The) came back. Rag-time two- 
step, by Emil Ascher; arranged for 
band, by L. P. Laurendeau. 898 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no. 55602, Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 30, 1899. 

Coonville jubilee. March and two-step, 
by C. H. Collins; arranged for orches- 
tra by E. Boettger. 899 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 56018, Aug. 31 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Crown (The) of life. Words by Sallie 
Keep Best; music by O. S. Grinnell. 

900 
Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55182, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Darktown is out to-night. Music by 

Will Marion, no. 577. 901 

Copyright bv Mermod freres, Ste. 

Croix, Switzerland. 1899, no. 53923, 

Aug. 24 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Dashing (The) sergeant. March, by Ph. 
Fahrbach; arranged for band by L. P. 
Laurendeau . 902 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no. 55615, Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 30, 1899. 

Daughter (The) of the regiment. Selec- 
tion from Donizetti's opera, by Theo. 
M. Tobani; arranged for band by L. P. 
Laurendeau. 903 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no. 55613, Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 30, 1899. 

Dear (The) auf wiedersehn. Words by 
Grace Dnffie Boylan; music by Carrie 
Jacobs-Bond. 904 

Copyright by H. F. Chandler, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 54876, Aug. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Debutante. March, two-step, for band, 

by Jabob Mallach, jr. 905 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 

1899, no. 55608,' Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 30, 1899. 



piano, by Theodore G. Boettger: op. 
349. 906 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 55159, Aug. 29 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Dewey is home again. Words by J. 
Bayne Thompson ; music by Fred. W. 
Bunte. 907 

Copyright by J. Bayne Thompson, 
Philadelphia 1899, no. 55361, Aug. 30 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Dozen (A) miniatures. For piano solo. 

by L. E. Orth: op. 10. no. 1. A wee 

story. 908 

no. 2. Cooing dove. 909 

no. 3. Whistling boy. 910 

no. 4. Curlv locks. 911 

no. 5. Tiny Tot's waltz. 912 

no. 6. A candy pull. 913 

Copyright by B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. 1899, nos. 56541-56546, Aug. 

30; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Dreams. By Richard Wagner; arranged 
for orchestra by Theo. Moses-Tobani. 

914 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 55596, Aug. 30; 2 cop- I 
es rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Drei lieder. Fiir eine singstimrae mit | 
begleitung des pianoforte, von Ernst 
J. Breinner. English translation by 
Constance Bache. Fur hohe stimme. 
no. 1. Abendfrieden. Evening peace. 
Berlin, N. Simrock. 915 

no. 2. Der verliebte. The beloved. 

916 

no. 3. Am marktplatz. In the mar- 
ket. 917 
Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1899, nos. 55024-55026, Aug. 29; 2 copies 
each rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

English song. 5. "The girl I left be- 
hind me." Fantasia for violin and 
piano, by Gustav Saenger : op. 82, no. 3. 

918 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no. 55641, Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 30, 1899. 

Erwachen. Awaking. Fiir eine sing- 
stimme, mit klavierbegleitung, von 
Alexander von Fielitz: op. 29, no. 1. 
Fiir hohere stimme. Leipzig, Breit- 
kopf & Hiirtel. 919 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 55005, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Fairy elves. Two part song, composed 
by Cuthbert Harris. London, Novello 
& co., ltd. 920 

Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, no. 55295, Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Festival march. For the organ, by A. L. 
Barnes. 921 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 55166, Aug. 29 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Five songs. Music by Edna Rosalind 
Park. no. 1. The nightingale and the 
rose. Soprano or tenor, in E. Words 
by R. H. Beck. 922 

no. 2. Sunset, in A. Words by W. 

Tyler Olcott. 923 

no. 3. Immortality, in C minor. 

Words by Ellis Butler. 924 

no. 4. The young rose, in D. Words 

by Thomas Moore. 925 

-no. 5. Love's rapture, in D. Words 

by Arthur Brissom. 926 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, nos. 56001-56005, Aug. 31 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

7939— Yol. 21, No. 4 3 



Titles — Continued. 

Floating echoes. Easy pieces for piano, 
by E. S. Phelps. March. 927 

Polka. 928 

Reverie. 929 

Schottische. 930 

Waltz. 931 

Copyright by W. A. Evans, Boston. 
1899, nos. 55663-55667, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Fly away, pretty dove. Words by Beu- 
lah Lyles ; mmsic by John Europe. 932 
Copyright by Louis Haas, Philadel- 
phia. 1899, no! 55155, Aug. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Forever and a day. Farewell, sweet- 
heart. Words by Jack Everett Fay; 
music by James B. Oliver. 933 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 55691, Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Fridthjof and Ingeborg. Opera in three 
acts. Dramatized from Tegner's 
Fridthjof's Saga, by Anna Cronjelm 
Wallberg; music by Charles F. Han- 
son. 934 
Copyright by Charles F. Hanson, 
Worcester, Mass. 1898, no. 73066, Dec. 
15; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Fughetta. For the organ, by A. L. 
Barnes. 935 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 55171, Aug. 29; 2 cop- 
ies rec'dAug. 29, 1899. 

Gallant soldiers. Words arranged, cho- 
rus by O. S. Grinnell; music by O. S. 
Grinnell. 936 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co.. 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55195, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Gavotte and variations. For piano, by 
J. P. Rameau. Edited by Arthur 
Foote. 937 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 56008, Aug. 31 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Gentle words of Jesus. Words by Eva 

Best; music by O. S. Grinnell. 938 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co.. 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55228, Aug. 29: 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29. 1899. 

G'niigsam. Contented. Bairiseher schna- 
dahupfl, von Eberl. Fiir eine sing- 
stimme, mit begleitung des pianoforte, 
von Carl Bohiu. English version by 
Constance Bache. Ausgabe fiir hohe 
stimme. Berlin. N. Simrock. 939 

Copyright by N. Simrock. Berlin. 
1899, no. 55020, Aug. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Auff.29,1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Going to sleep. Song, by Edwin L. 

Thurston. 940 

Copyright by Walter Jacobs, Boston. 

1899, no. 55671, Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 30, 1899. 

Gran (La) via. Scbottisch del Eliseo 
Madrilino. Chueca v valverde. no. 
566. 941 

Copyright by Mermod freres, Ste. 
Croix, Switzerland. 1899, no. 53924, 
Aug. 24; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Grandmama's darling. Words by E. F. L. 
Gauss; music by Oscar Schmoll. 942 
Copyright by Oscar Schmoll, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 52872, Aug. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Grazietta, Waltz, for piano, by 1?. Doles : 
op. 10. Revised and fingered by Arthur 
Dana, 943 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston . 1899, no. 56006, Aug. 31 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Gripcar (The) gripman's grip. Words 

and music by Wm. Devere. 944 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 55687, Aug. 30; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Guitare. Caprice, by C. Chaminade: op. 
32. Arranged for violin and piano by 
Gustav Saenger. 945 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 55659, Aug. 30; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Hannah. Introducing "The coffee-col- 
ored coon." Schottische, arranged for 
orchestra by W. H. Mackie. 946 

Copyright bv M. AVitmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 56011, Aug. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 31. 1899. 

Happy hours in coon town. For piano, 

by Chas. B. Brown. 947 

Copyright bv Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

1899, no. 23641, Apr. 3; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 28, 1899. 

He leadeth me. Words and music by 

O. S. Grinnell. 948 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55234, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Headlight (The). Medley overture, for 
band, by L. O. De Witt. 949 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 55606, Aug. 30; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Hear me when I call. Alto or baritone 

solo in F, by O. H. Unger : op. 39. 950 

Copyright by O. H. Unger & son, 

Reading, Pa. 1899, no. 54856, Aug. 28; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Highwayman's (The) bride. Words and 

music by E. C. Beach. 951 

Copyright by E. C. Beach, Cleveland. 

1899, no. 55684, Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 30, 1899. 

Hipp, hipp, hipp, hurrah! Emperor 
march, by G. Kunoth; arranged for 
baud by H. Alberti. 952 

Arranged for orchestra. 953 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, nos. 55625, 55639, Aug. 30; 
2 copies each rec'd Aug. 30, L899. 

Holy (The) night. Words by Nemo; 
music by Piccolomini. London, E. 
Ascherberg & co. 954 

Copyright by E. Ascherberg & co., 
London. 1899, no. 55282, Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Hona-lu-la-lu. Words and music by Al 
and Mamie Anderson; arranged by 
Lewis Reiterman. 955 

Copyright by Will Rossiter, Chicago. 
1899, no. 12508, Feb. 13; 2 copies rec'd 



Hope thou in God. W T ords by John 

Sherer; music by O. S. Grinnell. 956 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55179, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

How sweet His loye to me. Words and 

music by O. S. Grinnell. 957 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55202, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

I am the bread of life. Communion 
anthem, composed by Geo. Alex. A. 
West. 958 

Copyright by Geo. Alex. A. West, 
Germantown, Pa. 1899. no. 55373, Aug. 
30; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

I den tause midnatstime. Music by Hans 

, C. Johnson. 959 

Copyright by H. C. Johnson, Minot, 

N. Dak. 1899, no. 52864, Aug. 17; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

I know that Jesus lives. Words and 

music by O. S. Grinnell. 960 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55235, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

I love thee. By E. Grieg; arranged for 

orchestra by Theo. Moses- Tobani. 961 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 

York. 1899, no. 55594, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

I miss you, Lize. Words by Frank Tan- 

nehilhjr.; music by Alb. H. Fitz. 962 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 

1899, no. 55153, Aug. 29; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 29, 1899. 

I wish I had answered him yes. Words 
and music by Frank K. Van Tassel. 

963 
Copyright bv Adams music co., Jer- 
sey city, N. J. " 1899, no. 36210, May 31 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

I won't play second fiddle to no yaller 
gal. Intro: "All bound 'round with a 
woolen string." Polka two-step ; ar- 
ranged for orchestra by W. H. Mackie. 

964 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons., 
New York. 1899. no. 56015, Aug. 31; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Ida and Dottie. Polka for band, with 
cornet duet. By F. H. Losey. 965 

Copyright by Harry Coleman, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 55999, Aug. 31 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

If I could only blot out the past. Melody 
by Gussie L. Davis. Arranged for piano 
by A. H. RoSewig. 966 

Copyright bv Hamilton S. Gordon, 
New York. 1899, no. 55146, Aug. 29; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

If you will. Words by H. H. Briggs; 

music by O. S. Grinnell. 967 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55209, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

I'll be your friend just the same. De- 
scriptive ballad by S. R. Henry. 968 
Copyright by Lyceum pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 41388, June 24 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Impromptu-rococo. Pour deux piano, 
par Edouard Schiite. op. 58, no. 2. 
Berlin, N. Simrock. 969 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1899. no. 55017, Aug. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 29, 1899. 

Impromptus. Fur piano, von J. Ad. 
Hiigg. nos. 1, 2. Leipzig, Friedrich 
Hofmeister. 970. 971 

Copyright by Friedrich Hofmeister, 
Leipzig. 1899, nos. 54630, 51629, Aug. 
28; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

In jolly Junktown. Ragtime and cake- 
walk two-step, by E. Ascher. Arranged 
for band by L. P. Laurendeau. 972 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 55603, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana. 
By P. Mascagni; arranged for piano bv 
A. H. RoSewig. 973 

Copyright by Hamilton S. Gordon, 
New York. 1899, no. 55150, Aug. 29 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Iridescence. March, two step, for piano, 
by H.J. Woods. 974 

Copyright by M. H. Andrews, Ban- 
gor, Me. 1899, no. 55237, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

It ain't no fault of mine. Song by Smith 

and Bowman. 975 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 

1899, no. 55154, Aug. 29; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 29, 1899. 

It's a little old reed organ, that's all. 
Words and music by Leo Merriman. 

976 
Copyright by Happy Leo Merrimnu, 
Hornellsville, N. Y. 1899, no. 43446, 
July 3; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

I've left the world behind me. Words 
by Elisha A. Hoffman; music by Flor- 
ence M. Hoffman. 977 
Copyright by Florence M. Hoffman, 
Benton Harbor, Mich. 1899, no. 54867, 
Aug. 28; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Jack o' lantern song. Words by Alice, 

music by Andrew Mack. 97S 

Copyright by Howley, ITavilaud & 

co., New York. 1899, no. 55583, Aug. 30 : 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Jesus brings us home. Words arranged 
by Sarah Smith; music bv O. S. Grin- 
nell. 979 

Copyright by R. II. Meredith & oo., 
Chicago/ 1899, uo. 55217. Aug. 29; 2 
copies" rec'd Aug.29, 1899, 

Jesus is waiting. Words by M. A. Haw- 
kins; music by O, S. Grinnell. 980 
Copyright by R.H.Meredith & co., 
Chicago/ 1899, no. 53210, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. l'9. L899. 

Jesus, lover o\' my soul. Words ar- 
ranged, and music, by O, S, Grinnell. 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith a co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55227, Aug. 29; 2 
copies reo'd Aug. 29, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Jesus, my pilot. Words by Sallie Keep 

Best; music by O. S. Grinnell. 982 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55197, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Jesus standing near. Words by Francis 
B. Owen ; music by O. S. Grinnell. 983 
Copyright bv R. H. Meredith & co., 
hicago. 1899", no. 5519," 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Jolie Pierrette. Polka pour piano, par E. 
Argenzio. London, W. Morley &. co. J 

984 I 
Copyright by W. Morley & co., Lon- 
don. '1899, no. 56284, Sep't. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Jolly (The) junket. Medley lancers for 

orchestra, by H. Alberti. 985 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 

1899, no. 55638, Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 30, 1899. 

Joy in believing. Words by G. R. Jack- 
son; chorus and music bv O. S. Grin- 
nell. 986 
Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55201, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 
Just a little walk with Jesus. Words 
and music by O. S. Grinnell. 987 
Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55204, Aug. 29 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 
Just a simple wild rose. Words by Will 
A. Heelan ; music by George Hamilton. 

988 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 

1899, no. 55685, Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 30, 1899. 

Just as the sun went down; music by 

Lynn Udall. no. 576. 989 

Copyright by Mermod freres, Ste. 

Croix, Switzerland. 1899, no. 53922, 

Aug. 24; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Kansas City star. March, two-step, for 

piano, by A. Liberati. 990 

Copyright by A. Liberati, New York. 

1899, no. 55376,^ Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 30, 1899. 

Keep away from my baby. Song, by Jo- 
seph Newman. " 991 
Copyright by Joseph Newman, Den- 
ver, Colo. 1899, no. 54857, Aug. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Kleine ballade (A dur). Fur piano, von 
J. Ad. Hiigg. Leipzig, Friedrich Hof- 
meister. 992 

Copyright by Friedrich Hofmeister, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 54628, Aug. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Knight's (The) farewell. Melody by J. 
Kinkel. Arr. for piano by A. H. RoSe- 
wig. 993 

Copyright by Hamilton S. Gordon, 
New York. 1899, no. 55148, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Kobolde und nixen. Fantasiestiicke fur 
piano, von J. Ad. Hiigg. Leipzig, 
Friedrich Hofmeister. 994 

Copyright by Friedrich Hofmeister, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 54633, Aug. 28; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Kunstlerherzen. Walzer fiir pianoforte, 
von Carl Heins: op. 262. Berlin, 
Carl Heins. 995 

Copyright bv Carl Heins, Berlin. 
1899, no. 55829, Aug. 31 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 31, 1899. 

Land of the sky. Overture, for band, by 
G. Dana Holt. N 996 

Copyright by Harry Coleman, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 55998, Aug. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Let me call you ma baby. Words by 
Francis Bruguiere; music by Valentine 
Huber. 997 

Copyright by Valentine Huber, San 
Francisco. 1899, no. 54719, Aug. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Lie still, beloved, lie still. Words by 
A.C.Benson; music by C. H. Lloyd. 
London, Novello &. co., ltd. * 98 

Copyright bv Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1899/ no. 55297, Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Lieb und treue. Songs of love. Fiir 
eine singstimme, mit begleitung des 
pianoforte, von Eduard Schiitt : op. 57 ; 
English translation by Constance 
Bache. Heft 1, no. 1. Die einsame. 
Alone. Fiir hohe stimme. Berlin, 
N. Simrock. 999 

no. 2. Dammerstunde. In twilight 

hour. 1000 

no. 3. Amsbirnbaum. In the pear 

tree. 1001 

no. 4. Rosen. Roses. 1002 

no. 5. Im volkston. A folk-song. 

1003 

Heft 2, no. 6. Einen sommer lang. 

All the summer through. 1004 

no. 7. Persischer liebesreim. A 

Persian love-rhyme. 1005 

no. 8. Oeffnet' ich die herzensthiir. 

The song I would sing. 1006 

no. 9. Volkslied. A folk-song. 1007 



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Titles — Continued. 

Lieb unci treue. Songs of love. Fiir 
eine singstirnme, mit begleitung des 
pianoforte, von Eduard Schiitt : op. 57 ; 
English translation by Constance 
Bache. Heft 2, no. 10. Ewig mein 
bleibt, was icb liebe. What I love is 
mine for ever. 1008 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1899, nos. 55006, 55015, 55014, 55013, 
55012, 55011, 55010, 55009, 55008, 55007, 
Aug. 29; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 29, 
1899. 

Liebchens garten. My love's garden. 
Gedicht von Rud. Baumbaeh. Fiir 
eine singstimne, mit begleitung des 
pianoforte, von Carl Bohm. English 
words by Constance Bache. Ausgabe 
furhohestimme. Berlin, N. Simrock. 

1009 
Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1899, no. 55023, Aug. 29 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 29, 1899. 

Life's brightest side. Waltz, by C. M. 
Ziehrer: op. 486. Arranged for orches- 
tra by Theo. Moses-Tobani. 1010 

for piano. 1011 

Copvrightby Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, nos. 55637, 55662, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 
each rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Light (The) is dawning. Words by L. 
D. Harrington ; music by O. S. Grinnell. 

1012 
Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55175, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Listen to the loving Savior. Words by 
Sallie Keep Best; music by O. S. Grin- 
nell. 1013 
Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co.. 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55203, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Lone star. Waltz, for band, bvG. Savasta. 

1014 
Copyright by C. G. Conn & co., New 
York/ 1899, no. 55366, Aug. 30; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Longing for Jesus. Words by T. S. 

Oadanis; music by O. S. Grinnell. 1015 

Copyright bv R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55205, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Love's language. Words by St. John 
Adcock; music by Mrs. Watkin G. 
Powell. 1016 

Copyright by Mrs. Watkin G. Powell, 
Shadeland, Pa. 1899, no. 55885, Aug. 31 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Mammy's honey. Words by Charles H. 
Orr; music by Charles T. Howe. 1017 
Copyright by Charles T. Howe and 
Donnell music co., Columbus. 1899, no. 
58505, Sept. 12; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 
1899. 

Man (The) who leads the cake walk. 
Words and music by Chris. Lane. Arr. 
by Lewis Reiterman. 1018 

Copyright by Will Rossiter, Chicago. 
1899, no. 12511, Feb. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 28, 1899. 

Manilla dance. By Emil Ascher ; arranged 
for band by L. P. Laurendeau. 1019 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no. 55604, Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 30, 1899. 

Marche Lorraine. Music by Ganne. no. 

564. 1020 

Copyright bv Mermod freres, Ste. 

Croix, Switzerland. 1899, no. 53926, 

Aug. 24 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 24,1899. 

Marche militaire. For the organ, by A. L. 
Barnes. 1021 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 55169, Aug. 29 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Marche royale Espagnole et hymne de 
Riego. Spanish royal march and hymn 
of Riego. no. 562. 1022 

Copyright by Mermod freres, Ste. 
Croix, Switzerland. 1899, no. 53928, 
Aug. 24; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 24, 1899. 

Marsch. Fiir piano, von J. Ad. Hiigg. 

Leipzig, Fredrich Hofmeister. 1023 

Copyright by Fredrich Hofmeister, 

Leipzig. 1899, no. 54637, Aug. 28; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Martha. Selection from F. von Flotow's 
opera. Arranged for band bv Theo. 
Moses Tobani. 1024 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no. 55629, Aug, 30; 2 copies reoM 
Aug. 30, 1899. 

Massa's in the cold, cold ground. Air 
and variations lor band, with cornet 
solo, by F. It. Losey. 1025 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no, "55010. Aug.30j 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 30. 1899. 

Master (The) is at the helm. Words 
Sallie Keep Best; music by O.^.Grin 



noil. 



I02«i 



Copyright bv K. 11. Meredith A co.. 
Chicago/ L899, no. 55208, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29. 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Melodic meditative. Pour piano, par 
Leopold Godowsky : op. 15. no. 1. 

1027 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 55160, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Menuetto. For the organ, by A. L. 

Barnes. 1028 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston. 1899, no. 55170, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Midnight (The) club. March and two- 
step, by E. H. Barker. Arranged for 
orchestra by E. Boettger. 1029 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 56012, Aug. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

More like Jesus. Words by Fanny 

Crosby; music by O. S. Grinnell. 1030 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55188, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Morning (The) after. Polka, for orches- 
tra, by H. Alberti. 1031 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 55633, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Music, popular and classical, arranged 
especially for the u Crown" orchestral 
piano. Compiled and edited by Martin 
H. McChesney and A. T. Wittick. 1032 
Copyright by Geo. P. Bent, Chicago. 
1899, no. 55077, Aug. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 29, 1899. 

My Creole Sue. By Gussie L. Davis. Ar- 
ranged for band, with cornet solo and 
echo quartet, by H. Alberti. 1033 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 55607, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Arranged for piano by A. H. EoSe- 
wig. 1034 
Copyright by Hamilton S. Gordon, 
New York. 1899, no. 55145, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

My mother's prayer. Words and music 

by O. S. Grinnell. 1035 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55180, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

My old Kentucky home. Melody by 
Stephen C.Foster; arranged for piano 
by A. H. EoSewig. 1036 

Copyright by Hamilton S. Gordon, 
New York. 1899, no. 55144, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

My only girl. Words and music by Hat- 
tie Starr. 1037 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 55692, Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

National graded course, in seven grades, 
for the piano; grade 1. 1038 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 54767, Aug. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Nightingale (The) in silent night. Four- 
part song. Words anon. ; music by 
George Eathbone. London, No vello 
& co., ltd. 1039 

Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, no. 55296, Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Oh, precious, dear Eedeemer. Words by 
Alfred Dyer; music bv O. S. Grinnell. 

1040 
Copyright by E. H. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55200, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Oh, wonderful day. Words and music 

by O. S. Grinnell'. 1041 

Copyright by E. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55187, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

I Oh, wonderful Jesus. Words by D. F. 
Sheperdson; music by O. S. Grinnell. 

1042 
Copyright by E. H. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55196, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Old American song. 8. "In the gloam- 
ing." Fantasia for violin and piano, 
byGustavSaenger: op. 80, no. 4. 1043 

18. " Days of absence:" op. 81, no. 

9. 1044 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, nos." 55626, 55643, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
each rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Old Ben's golden jubilee. Cake walk 
two-step, by Frank A. Brink ; arranged 
for band by H. Alberti. 1045 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no. 55601, Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 30, 1899. 

Old folks at home. Melody by Stephen 
C. Foster; arranged for piano bv A. H. 
EoSewig. * 1046 

Copyright bv Hamilton S. Gordon, 
New York. 1899, no. 55149, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Old hymn. 22. "Adeste fideles." Fan- 
tasia for violin and piano, by Gustav 
Saenger : op. 80, no. 11. 1047 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no. 55589, Aug. 30: 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 30, 1899. 

Old Irish song. 21. "Come back to 

Erin:" op. 82, no. 11. 1048 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 

1899, no. 55618, Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 30, 1899. 

Old (The) paths. Words and music by 

O. S. Grinnell. 1049 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55223, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Old St. Paul's march. For piano, by 
Ernest Reeves. London, Orpheus 

music pub co. 1050 

Copyright by Orpheus music pub. 
co., London. 1899, no. 55004, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Old Scotch song. 13. "Charlie is my 
darling." Fantasia for violin and. 
piano, by Gustav Saenger : op. 82, no. 7. 

1051 

14. " Auldlangsvne" : op. 80, no. 7. 

1052 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, nos. 55622, 55587, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
each rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

On the rock. Words arranged by O. S. I 
Grinnell (Orlando Smith); music by O. j 
S. Grinnell. 1053 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55186, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

On this firm foundation. Words and 

music by O. S. Grinnell. 1054 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55192, Aug. 29; 2 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Only a dream. Introducing "Promise 
if I don't return that you will marry 
Jack." Waltz, arranged for orchestra 
by W. H. Mackie. 1055 

Copyright by M. Wi tin ark & sons, i 
New York. 1899, no. 56010, Aug. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Only a tiny band of gold. Written by 
Fred J. Karnes; music by Chas. Col- 
lins. London, Francis, Day & Hun- I 
ter. 1056 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 55302, Aug. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Orpheus. Overture. By J. Offenbach. 
Arranged for band by L. P. Lauren- 
dean. 1057 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no. 556 LI, Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 30, 1899. 

Oscelo. Two-step march for piano, or 

organ, by R. R. Mullian. 1058 

Copyright by R. R. Mullian, Barron, 

Wis. 1899, no. 55374, Aug. 30; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Our valiant boys. March for band, by 

Wm. F. Kretschmer: op. 104. 1059 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 

York. 1899, no. 55614, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Palms (The). Melody by J. Faure; ar- 
ranged for piano by A. H. RoSewig. 

1060 
Copyright by Hamilton S. Gordon, 
New York. 1899, no. 55152, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Pan American (The) two-step. For pi- 
ano, by Joseph Ward. 1061 
Copyright by Joseph Ward, Buffalo. 
1899, no. 63393, Aug. 21; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 30, 1899. 

Paraphrase, " Sally in our alley." For 
band, by H. O. Walker. 1062 

Copyright by Harry O. Walker, Con- 
gers, N. Y. 1899, no. 34193, May 22; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 18, 1899. 

On Siegmund's love song, from Wag- 
ner's " Walkiire." Arranged for violin 
and piano by Gustav Saenger. 1063 

On Th. Koschat's song "Forsaken." 

Verlassen. Arranged lor piano by 
William F. Kretschmer : op. 112. 1064 
Copvright by Carl Fischer. Now 
York." 1899, nos. 55658, 55661. Aug. 30: 
2 copies each rec'd Aug. 30. L899. 

Passion (The) of Christ. A sacred tril- 
ogy, composed by Don Lorenzo Perosi. 
Chorus parts for soprano and contralto. 
Milano, G. Ricordi & c. 1065 

Chorus parts for tenor ami bass. 

1066 
Copyright by G. Ricordi & c Milano, 
Italy." 189!», nos. 55822, 55821, Aug. 31; 
2 copies each rec'd Aug. 31, 1899, 

Pat and his pipes. Words by Matt C. 

Woodward; umsie bv Andrew Maek. 

L067 

Copyright by llowloy. Haviland A 

eo.. New York." 1899, no. 55584, A.ug.30j 

2 conies rec'd Aug. SO. L899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Patriotic song. 7. " Star spangled ban- 
ner." Fantasia for violin and piano, 
by Gustav Saenger : op. 84, no. 4. 1068 

22. "Glory, glory, balleluj a:" op. 

81. no. 11. 1069 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, nos. 55655, 55645, Aug. 30 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Pepetual motion. For piano, by U. Sei- 
fert : op. 15. Edited by Ferd. Meyer. 

1070 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 55158. Aug. 29 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Praludien (24). Fiir orgel oder piano, 
no. 1, von J. Ad. Hagg. Leipzig, Fried- 
rich Hofmeister. 1071 

no. 24. 1072 

Copyright by Friedrich Hofmeister, 
Leipzig. 1899, nos. 54626, 54627, Aug. 
28 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 
Precious (The) love of Jesus. Words 
and music by O. S. Grinnell. 1073 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & to., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55213, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 
Pride (The) of the pier. Words by 
Walter H.Ford; music by John W. 
Bratton. 1074 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 55690, Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 
Prodigal child, come home. Words by 
L. White; music by O. S. Grinnell. 

1075 
Copyright bv R. H. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55224, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Promises of light. Song, by John Car- 
rington. 1076 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 55689, Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 
Providence. Sacred fantasia, for band, 
by Theo. Moses-Tobani : op. 372. 1077 
Copyright bv Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, nol 55627, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 
Rambling Ebenezer. Cake walk and 
two-step, by Geo. J. Trinkaus. Ar- 
ranged for orchestra by E. Boettger. 

1078 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 56017, Aug. 31 ; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Rapid fire. March and two-step, for 

piano, by David B. McCalmont. 1079 

Copyright bv David B. McCalmont, 

Franklin, Pa, 1899, no. 55080, Aug. 29 ; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Reaper (The) and the flowers. Words by 
Longfellow ; music by H. Noble Pottle. 
London, Novello & co., ltd. 1080 

Copyright by H. Noble Pottle, Great 
Britain. 1899, no. 55292, Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Reception. Overture, byR. Schlepegrell. 
Arranged for band by L. P. Lauren- 
deau. 1081 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 55605, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Resurrection (The) of Christ. An orato- 
rio in two parts, for solo, chorus, and 
orchestra, by Don Lorenzo Perosi. 
Vocal score arranged by Ugo Solazzi. 
English version by Dr. Troutbeck. 
Milano, G. Ricordi & c. 1082 

Lazarus. Composed by Don Lorenzo 

Perosi. Chorus parts for soprano and 
contralto. 1083 

Chorus parts for tenor and bass. 

1084 

Copyright by G. Ricordi & c, Milano, 

Italy. 1899, nos. 55832, 55824, 55825, 

Aug. 31; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 31, 

1899. 

Rbodesia. March, for piano, by James B. 
Smart. London, Edwin Ashdown. 

1085 
Copyright by Edwin Ashdown, Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 40700, June 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Rice late. Two-step, for piano or organ, 

by R. R. Mullian. 1086 

Copyright by R. R. Mullian, Barron, 

Wis. 18^9, no. 55368, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Rounders (The). Waltzes. By L. Eng- 
lander. Arranged for orchestra by 
Chas. Kraushaar. 1087 

Copyright bv Edward Schuberth & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 55378, Aug. 30 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Savior (The) is passing. Words and 

music by O. S. Grinnell. 1088 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55206, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Search (The) light. Words and music 

by O. S. Grinnell. 1089 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55212, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Searchlight (The). March and two-step 

for piano, by C. B. Clark. 1090 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 

1899. no. 56000, Aug. 31; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 31, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Secret (The) of His presence. Words by 
Henry Burton; music by O. S. Grin- 
nell. '1091 

Copyright by E. H. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55178, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Serenade. By C. Chaininade: op. 29. 
Arranged for violin and piano by Gus- 
tav Saenger. 1092 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no. 55656, Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 30, 1899. 

For piano, by Ole Olsen: op. 19. 

Edited by Ferd. Meyer. 1093 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 55157, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Shall I awake ? Words by Mrs. O. S. Grin- 

nell; music by O. S. Grinnell. 1094 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55174, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

She is de only gal. Words and music by 

Lily S. Carrington. 1095 

Copyright by Lily S. Carrington, 

Sanford, N. C. 1899. no. 55078, Aug. 29 ; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Shepherd boy. Composed by G. D. Wil- 
son ; arranged for piano by A. H. EoSe- 
wig. 1096 

Copyright by Hamilton S. Gordon, 
New York. 1899, no. 55143, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

She's a picture on the elevated station. 
Waltz song. Words and music by Ed. 
Eogers. 1097 

Copyright by Eecker, Vogler & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 31501, May 9; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

She's worth her weight in gold. Written 
and composed by Murray and Leigh. 
London, Francis* Day & Hunter. 1098 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 55303, Aug. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Sing a song of gladness. Words bv R. 
H. U. Bloor; music by Eichard H. Wal- 
thew. London, Boosey & co. 1099 
Copyright by Boosey & co., London. 
1899, no. 55826, Aug. 31 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 31, 1899. 

Sing me a song of the south. Intro. "A 
song that would last evermore." Waltz 
arranged for orchestra by W. H. 
Mackie. 1100 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 56014, Aug. 31 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Slam bang. Medley overture for band, 

by H. Alberti. HOI 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 

1899, no. 55612, Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 30, 1899. 

Solfeges de concours a 2 voix. Par Aug. 

Chapuis. 1895, 1896. Paris, A. Du- 

rand et fils. 1102 

1897. H03 

1898. H04 

Copyright by A. Durand et fils, Paris. 

1899, nos. 55000-55002, Aug. 29 ; 2 copies 

each rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Some day. Words arranged by Mrs. F. 
L. Goodrich; music by O. S. Grinnell. 

1105 
Copyright by E.H.Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55173, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Some happy day. Words and music by 

O. S. Grinnell. 1106 

Copyright by E. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55177, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Sometime. Song for contralto or bari- 
tone in C. Words by Wm. H. Gardner; 
music by Dorothy Vaughn. 1107 

Copyright bv Vivian music co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no." 55068, Aug. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Sonate no. 2, C dur. Fur violine uud pian- 
oforte, componirt von M. Eurico Bossi. 
op. 117. Leipzig, Fr. Kistner. 1108 
Copyright by Fr. Kistner, Leipzig. 
1899, no. 55831, Aug. 31; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 33, 1899. 

Songs and hymns for the primary Sunday- 
school. Compiled and arranged by 
Frederica Beard. 1109 

Copvright by Clayton F. Summy, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 54866, Aug. 28: '2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Souvenir de Wagner. Fantasia for baud , 

by Theo. Moses-Tobani. op. 371. 1 1 10 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 

1899, no. 55628, Auo.oO; 2 oopies rec'd 

Aug. 30, 1899. 

Speak for Jesus. Words arranged, and 

music, by O. S. Grinnell. Ull 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chioago. 1899, no. 55229, A.og. 29; l' 

copies rec'd Aug. 29. L899. 

Standing, knocking. Words by Joseph 

Grigg; music by O. 8. Grinnell. 1112 

Copyright bv K. H. Meredith & CO.. 

Chicago/ 1899. no. 55230, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29. 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Suite sentimentale. Fiir piano, von J. Ad. 
Hiigg. Leipzig, Friedrich Hofineis- 
ter. 1113 

Copyright bv Friedrich Hofmeister, 
Leipzig. 1899,' no. 54635, Aug. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Sunny May. Sonniger Mai. Waltz for 
piano, by Camillo Morena: op. 23. 
Leipzig, Fr. Fortius. 1114 

Copyright by Fr. Fortius, Leipzig. 
1899, no. 55018,' Aug. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 29, 1899. 

Sweet memories. Words by Sallie Keep 

Best; music by O. S. Grinnell. 1115 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55222, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Sweet message of peace. Words by Sal- 
lie Keep Best ; music by O. S. Grinnell. 

1116 
Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55226, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Symphony in G minor, no. 7. For the 
organ, composed by Edwin H. Lemare: 
op. 35, no. 1. Allegro moderato. Lon- 
don, Novello & co., ltd. 1117 

no. 2. Adagio cantabile. 1118 

no. 3. Scberzo. 1119 

no. 4. Finale. 1120 

Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, nos. 27688-27691, Apr. 
22; 2 copies each rec'd Apr. 22, 1899. 

Take your partners. Medley lancers. 
Arranged for orchestra by W. H. 
Mackie. 1121 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 56016, Aug. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

Taking the world for Jesus. Words and 

music by O. S. Grinnell. 1122 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55198, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Tarentelle (A moll). Fiir piano, von J. 
Ad. Hiigg. Leipzig, Friedrich Hof- 
meister. 1123 
Copyright by Friedrich Hofmeister, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 54636, Aug. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Teddy's terrors. March composed by W. 
Crosby. Arranged for piano bv A. H. 
RoSewig. " 1124 

Copyright bv Hamilton S. Gordon, 
New York. 1899, no. 55147, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

That coon got lucky mighty soon. Words 

and music by Billy Jackson. 1125 

Copyright by Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

1899, no. 12512, Feb. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 28, 1899. 

| That's why Smith left home. Written 
and composed by H. Wincott. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 1126 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 55300, Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

| There is a friend in Jesus. Words ar- 
ranged and music by O. S. Grinnell. 

1127 
Copyright by R. II. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55232, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 
i 

i There was never a time. Words and 

music by O. S. Grinnell. 1128 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55172, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

There's an ever flowing tide. Words by 
L.White; music by O. S. Grinnell. 

1129 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. L r 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

They were very, very good to me. Writ- 
ten and composed by W. P. Keen and 
Fred Leigh. London. Francis, Day 
& Hunter. 1130 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 55299, Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

This is the way they go. Written by 
J.P.Harrington; composed by George 
Le Brunn. London, Francis, Day & 
Hunter. 1131 

Copyright bv Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 55298, Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Touch me, Saviour. Words arranged by 
Abbie Mills; chorus and music byO. S. 
Grinnell. 1132 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55220, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Transfiguration (The) of our Lord Jesus 
Christ. Composed by Don Lorenzo 
Perosi. Chorus parts for soprano and 
contralto. Milano, G. Ricordi & c. 

1133 

Chorus parts for tenor and bass. 1134 

CopyrightbyG. Ricordi & c, Milano. 
1899, nos. 55827, 55823, Aug. 31 ; 2 copies 
I each rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Tribute (A) to the sacred heart of Jesus. 
Words and music by P. Hoffmann. 

1135 
Copyright by Peter Hoffmann, Madi- 
son, Iowa. 1899, no. 56863, Sept. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Trim your lamps. Words arranged and 

music by O. S. Grinnell. 1136 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55184, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Trio in C. For the organ, by A. L. 
Barnes. 1137 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 55168, Aug. 29; 2 j 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Truth is ou the mighty march. Words ! 
arranged, and music, by O. S. Grinnell. < 

1138 j 
Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55214, Aug. 29 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Trutzliedchen. Song of scorn. Gedicht 
von Paul Heyse. Fur eine singstimme 
mit begleitung des pianoforte, von Carl 
Bohm. English words by Constance 
Bache. Ausgabe fur hohe stimme. 
Berlin, N. Simrock. 1139 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1899, no. 55022, Aug. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 29, 1899. 
'Twas ever so. Words by Clifton Bing- 
ham; music by George S. Aspinall. 
London, Boosey & co. 1140 

Copyright by Boosey & co., London. 
1899, no. 55833, Aug. 31 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 31, 1899. 
Two (The) flags. March and two-step 
for piano, by Harry A. Diusmore. 1141 
Copyright by Dinsmore & Bickford, 
Skowhegan, Me. 1899, no. 55375, Aug. 
30; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 
Two sisters from the same old home; or, 
Life from day to day. Words by Charles 
A.Wilson; music by Leo. E. Berliner. 

1142 

Copyright by Leo. E. Berliner & co., 

U. S. 1899, no. 55886, Aug. 31 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 

U. S. V. waltz. Composed for piano by 

Mark Porritt. 1143 

Copyright by Lechner & Schoen- 

berger, Pittsburg. 1899, no. 55367, 

Aug. 30 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Uncle York's chicken brigade. Cake walk 

and two-step for piano, by J. Evenson. 

1144 
Copyright by J. Evenson, Roslyn, 
Wash.* 1899, no. 55371, Aug. 30; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Ausr. 30, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Uneedit. Medley overture for orchestra, 

by H. Alberti. 1145 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 

1899, no. 55599, Aug. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Aug. 30, 1899. 

Valse-arabesque. For piano, by Theodore 
Lack : op. 82. Edited by Fred. Meyer. 

1146 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 55156, Aug. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Valse-caprice. By C. Chaminade : op. 33. 
Arranged for violin and piano by Gus- 
tav Saenger. 1147 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no. 55660, Aug. 30 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 30, 1899. 

For piano, by Hans Dreher. 1148 

Copyright by J. H. Schroeder, New 
York. 1899, no. 55140, Aug. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Valse-paraphrase d'apres Chopin. Pour 
deux pianos, par Edouard Schiitt : op. 
58, no. 1. Berlin, N. Simrock. 1149 
Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1899, no. 55016, Aug. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 29, 1899. 

Virginian (The). March and two-step, 
by Louis M. Teichman. Arranged for 
band by W. H. Mackie. 1150 

Copyright by M. Witmark &- sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 55688, Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Vis voluntatis vincit. Strength of will 
conquers. March for piano, by O. H. 
Unger: op. 32. 1151 

Copyright by O. H. Unger & son, 
Reading, Pa. i899, no. 49593, Aug. 1 ; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

Voice (A) comes ringing. Words and 

music by O. S. Grinnell. 1151' 

Copyright by R. B. Meredith A- co., 

Chicago. 1899. no. 55215, Aug. 29 : 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29. 1899. 

Waltz cotillion. For piano, by B. Praghi. 
London, Orpheus music pub. CO. 1 153 
Copyright by Orpheus music pub. oo., 
London. 1899," no. 55003, Aug. 29; -cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 28, 1899. 

Walzer, no. 1,11 dur. Fiir piano, von J, 
Ad. Hiiffff. Leipzig. 1 nedrioh Hof- 
meister. ujm 

no. 2, E moll. ' 155 

Copyright by Friedrioh Hofmeister, 
Leipzig. 1899'. nos. 54632, 54631, Aug, 
28; 2 copies eaeh rec'd Aug. _S. L899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Water (The) of life. Words and music 

by O. S. Grinnell. 1156 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55233, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

We are marching on. Words by Sallie 
Keep Best; music by O. S. Grinnell. 

1157 
Copyright by R. H.Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55211, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

We kuow not what awaits us. Words 

and music by O. S. Grinnell. 1158 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55236, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

We shall enter into rest. Words by 
Emma Alice Brown; music by O. S. 
Grinnell. 1159 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55219, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

We shall, if we believe. Words by Sallie 
Keep Best; music by O. S. Grinnell. 

1160 
Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55231, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Weihnachtsmusik. Phantasie liber be- 
liebte Weihnachtslieder fiir harmonium 
und klavier, von August Reinhard: 
op. 80. Berlin, Carl Simon. 1161 

Copyright by Carl Simon, Berlin. 
1899, no. 55828, Aug. 31 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 31, 1899. 

Welcome, " Olympia." March, two-step, 

for piano, by Otto Krassett. 1162 

Copyright by Otto Krassett, Athens, 

Ga. 1899, no. 52776, Aug. 17; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 17, 1899. 

Wenn der flieder bliiht. (When the 
lilacs bloom.) Gedicht von M. von 
Biechler-Buchensee. Fiir eine sing- 
stimme, mit begleituug des pianoforte, 
von Carl Bohm. English version by I 
Constance Bache. Ausgabe fiir hohe ! 
stimme. Berlin, N. Simrock. 1163 ; 
Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin, j 
1899, no. 55021, Aug. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 29, 1899. 

What are you going to do? Words by J. | 
M.Sutherland; music bv O. S. Grinnell. 

1164 
Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., i 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55185, Aug. 29: 2 ! 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

What did the other fellow say ? Written 
by Alma Curzon and Will Atkins; com- 
posed by Will Atkins. London, 
Charles Sheard & co. 1165 

Copvright by Charles Sheard & co., 
oudon. 1899, no. 55820. 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

What shall I give? Words and music by 

T. S. Oadams. 1166 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55183, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

What will poor Callaghan do? Written 
by Tom Conley; composed by George 
Le Brunn. London, Francis, Day & 
Hunter. il67 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 55301, Aug. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

What will the answer be? By Albert L. 
Rich. Arranged for 2 banjos by Walter 
Jacobs. 1168 

for 2 guitars. 1169 

for 3 mandolins, mandola, guitar, 

violin, and piano. 1170 

Copyright by Walter Jacobs, Boston. 
1899,nos.55668,55669,55672, Aug. 30; 2 
copies each rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 

What will you do with Jesus? Words 

and music by O. S. Grinnell. 1171 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55225, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Whitening (The) harvest. Words by 
J. R. ; music by O. S. Grinnell (Orlando 
Smith). 1172 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55218, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Wonderful Jesus. Words arranged, and 

music, by O. S. Grinnell. 1173 

Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 55190, Aug. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

World (The) looks on. Words by J. M. 
Sutherland; music by O. S. Grinnell. 

1174 
Copyright by R. H. Meredith & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 55207, Aug. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 

Wreath (A) of melodies. For piano, by 
C. W. Krogmann : op. 35, no. 1. Spring 
voices. Waltz. 1175 

no. 2. The merry gnomes. March. 

1176 

no. 3. Fading flowers. 1177 

no. 4. The gondoliers' song. Barca- 
rolle, 1178 

no. 5. Ocean breezes. Waltz. 1179 



271 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Wreath (A) of melodies. For piano, by 
C. W. Kroginann: op. 35, no. 6. Little 
dutch doll. Mazurka. 1180 

Copyright by B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 1899, nos. 56535-56540, Aug. 30 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Aug. 30, 1899. 



Ye workingmen. 
Frank Graber. 



Words and music by J. 
1181 



Copyright by J. Frank Graber, St. 
Louis. 1899, no. 55363, Aug. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 31, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

24 melodische uebungen in alien dur- unci 
moll-tonarten. Fiir trompete in B oder 
A- oder cornet a piston. Musik von 
Oskar Bohme : op. 20. Leipzig Jul. 
Heinr. Zimmermann. 1182 

Copyright by Jul. Heinr. Zimmer- 
man, Leipzig. 1899, no. 55019, Aug. 29 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 29, 1899. 



V. MAPS AND CHARTS. 

For index of proprietors, see end of 



(Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title 

Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Augusta, Kalamazoo county, Mich. 

June, 1899. 84 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 51512, 

Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Baltimore's principal business section. 

85 
Copyright bv Henning & Baker, Bal- 
timore, Md. 1899, no. 50640, Aug. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Bay of Naples Inn (Map showing the 
location of the). 86 

Copyright by Raymond &Whitcomb, 
Boston. 1899, no. 52201, Aug. 14 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Breaux Bridge, St. Martin parish, La. 

July, 1899. 87 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 51513, 

Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Cape Nome mining district, Alaska, U. S. 
A. (Map of). 88 

Copyright by Hanak & Hargans, 
San Francisco,' Cal. 1899, no. 63595, 
Sept. 26 ; 2 blue print copies rec'd Sept. 
28, 1899. 

Galesburg, Kalamazoo county, Mich. 

June, 1899. 89 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 51514, 

Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Lexington (Map of). 90 

Copyright by Geo. IT. Walker & co., 
Boston. 1899,'no. 49757, Aug. 1; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Massachusetts. Electric railway map of 
western Massachusetts. 91 

Copyright by Geo. H. Walker & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 51066, Aug. 8 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Monroe City, Mo. 92 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 51771, 
Aug. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Mt. Vernon, Skagit county, Wash. 

June, 1899. 93 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 49528, 

July 31 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Puerto Rico (Map of the island of). 94 
Copyright by A. Hoen & co., Balti- 
more. 1899, no. 51835, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Rainfall map of the world. 95 

Copyright by Longmans, Green. vV 
co., New York. 1899,no. 82822. Sept. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 27, 1899. 

St. Louis (Higgins's index map of). 90 
Copyright by Higgins & CO., St. 
Louis. 1899, no. 52054, Aug. 14 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 14. 1809. 

Sedro-Woollev, Skagit county, Wash. 

July, 1899. ' 97 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd./ New York. L899, no. 10529. 

July 31; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Three Rivers, Mich. 98 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., Ltd., Now York. 1809. no. 51772. 
Aug'. 11: 2 copies rec'd Aug. 11. 1800. 



272 

MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Toulon, 111. 99 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New 'York. 1899, no. 51773, 
Aug. 11; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Weeping Water, Cass county, Nebr. 

June, 1899. 100 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 51515, 

Aug. 10; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 



VI. ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

All for the best. 148 

Copyright by Keppler &. Schwarz- 
manu. New York. 1899, no. 51081, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

American emigrant diamonds. 149 

Copyright by George Frederick Kunz, 
New York. 1899, no. 64093, Oct. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 3, 1899. 

Ample security. 150 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 51072, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

"And this is free America." (In New 

Right.) 151 

Copyright by Eastern book concern, 

New York. 1899, no. 51291, Aug. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Australian brown onion. 152 

Copyright by Frank B. Mills, Rose- 
hill, N. Y. 1899, no. 65527, Oct. 9 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 



Broke her contract. 



153 



Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
manu, New York. 1899, no 51075, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

College (A) girl's room. 154 

Copyright by Procter & Gamble co., 
Ciucinnati. 1899, no. 64675, Oct. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Comparatively safe. 155 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mauu, New York. 1899, no. 51079, Aug. 
8 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Court (The) of justice, Alhambra. 156 
Copyright by A. W. Elson & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 51774, Aug. 11 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Criticism. 157 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 51087, Aug. 
8 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Curley (Will). 158 

Copyright by Richard K. Fox, New 
York. 1899, no. 52204, Aug. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Departure (The) from the masked ball. 

159 
Copyright by A. W. Elson & co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 51775, Aug. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Dewey triumphal arch, Madison square. 

160 
Copyright by Isaac H. Blanchard 
co., New York. 1899, no. 63680, Oct. 2; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Driveu to it. 161 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,*New York. 1899, no. 51090, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Education (The) of Mr. Pipp. no. 37. 

162 
Copyright by Life pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 63366, Sept. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Fighting Joe Wheeler. 163 

Copyright by Edmund S. Hunt, Wey- 
mouth, Mass. 1899, no. 63682, Oct. 2; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Girl (The) from Maxim's (The Criterion). 

164 
Copyright by Metropol itan job print, 
New York. 1899, no. 51839, Aug. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Golf. 165 

Copyright by Push pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. 1899, no. 63387, Sept. 
29; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Hard to tell. 166 

Copvright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,*New York. 1899, no. 51082, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

' ' Ho w'd you like to be the iceman ? " 167 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 51077, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 



273 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Hunting frock. 168 

Copyright by S. M. Baldwin, New j 
York. 1899, no. 64337, Oct. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct, 4, 1899. 

In Lonesouiekurst. 169 

Copyright by Keppler & Sehwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 51076, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Inconsistency. 170 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
inann, New York. 1899, no. 51088, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

It made it easier. 171 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 51084, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

It might make a difference. 172 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 51089, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Japan makes her dCbut under Columbia's 

auspices. 173 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 

mann, New York. 1899, no. 51080, Aug. 

8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Kearns (Tim). 174 

Copyright bv Richard K. Fox, New 

York. 1899, no! 52202, Aug. 14; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Kennedy (Joe). 175 

Copyright by Richard K. Fox, New 
York." 1899, no. 52205, Aug. 14: 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Lafayette (General). 176 

Copyright by Taber-Prang art co., 
Springfield, Mass. 1899, no. 52489, Aug. 
15 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Little black me. 177 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 51292, Aug. 9 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Longfellow (Henry Wadsworth). 178 

Copyright by E. A. Perry, Maiden, 

Mass. 1899, no. 64678, Oct. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept, 23, 1899. 

Merry (The) wives of Windsor. Engraved 
by Jules Jacquot from painting bv G. 
Achille-Fould. 179 

Copyright by L. H. Lefevre & son 
and T. McLean, London. 1899, no. 
51963, Aug. 14 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 
1899. 

Mistletoe girl. 180 

Copyright by O'Hara & Livermore, 
San Francisco. 1899, no. 51006, Aug. 8 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Most (The) unkindest cut of all." 181 
Copyright by Life pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 51957, Aug. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Murphy (Charley). 182 

Copyright by Richard K. Fox, New 
York. 1899, no. 52203, Aug. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Nil desperandum. 183 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 51073, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Octavia. 184 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, New 
York. 1899, no. 51092, Aug. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Off for a trip. 185 

Copyright by Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 64674, Oct, 5; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Olivia. 186 

Copyright by Willi am P. Ahnelt, New 
York. 1899, no. 51098, Aug. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Olympia. 187 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 51096, Aug. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Omega. 188 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 51093, Aug. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Ophelia, 189 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 51095, Aug. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Oread. 190 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 51094, Aug. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 8. 1899. 

Ortrud. 191 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 51091, Aug. S; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 8. 1899. 

Otero. 192 

Copyright bv William P. Ahnelt. 
New York. 1899. no. 51097, Aug S; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. S. 1899. 



Puckographs. 
tionalist. 



13. A noted conversa- 



Copyright bv Keppler A Schwarz- 
mann, New York. L899, no. 5106$ 

8; 2 copies ree'd Aug. 9. 1899. 



274 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Queen of sea. 194 ! 

Copyright by O'Hara & Livermore, ! 
San Francisco. 1899, no. 51008, Aug. 8 ; , 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Reactionist (A). 195 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 51086, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Bobbins' (The) school. 196 

Copyright by Carl Stoeckel, Norfolk, 
Conn. 1899, no. 64195, Oct. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Saginaw, Mich., U. S. A. The metropolis 
of Saginaw valley. 197 

Copyright by Wendell Moseley, El- 
gin, 111. 1899, no. 64500. Oct. 5 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Saintly (A) yearning. 198 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann^New York. 1899, no. 51070, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

She explains. 199 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- | 
mann, New York. 1899. no. 51085, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Some information about Silas. 200 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 51069, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Stone cottage, "Ty Mawr" (where Mayor 
Jones was born), near Beddgelert, 
N.Wales. 201 

Copyright by Eastern book concern, 
New York. 1899, no. 51067, Aug. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Slimmer (A) flirtation. 202 

Copyright by Life pub. co., New 

York. 1899, no. 51956, Aug. 12; 2 copies 

rec'd Aug. 12, " " 



Treasonable (A) action. 203 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 51078, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Versatility. 204 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899. no. 51071, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9,' 1899. 

Victim (A) of habit. 205 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 51074, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Way (The) things go. 206 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 51083, Aug. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

We are the big five. 207 

Copyright by Warren Shinn, Woods- 
town, "N. J. 1899, no. 65512, Oct. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 9, 1899. 

We take our place among the nations of 

the world. 208 

Copyright by Fred. C. Lounsbury, 

Plainfield, N. J. 1899, no. 51776, Aug. 

11; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 



VII. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue. 



Titles. 

Bazaar. 20-sheet, no. 8613. 96 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 48665, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Book (The) of knowledge. 97 

Copyright by Livermore & Knight 
co., Providence, R. I. 1899, no. 51104, 
Aug. 8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Boys' clothing fashions. 98 

Copyright by Miner, Beal & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 51186, Aug. 9 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Christmas joys. 99 

Copyright by American lithographic 
co., New York.' 1899, no. 51420, Aug. 10; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 10, 1899. 

Council. 1-sheet, no. 8618. 100 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 48668, July 27; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Dinner, no. 4090. 101 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 52063, Aug. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 



275 



CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Fairy in Hades, no. 4028. 102 

Copyright by United States printing 
eo., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 52062, Aug. 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Four black heads. 8-sheet, no. 8525. 103 
Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 44241, July 7; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

French (Henri). 104 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. '1899. no. 45872, July 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1.^99. 

Golden glow. 105 

Copyright by Stetcher litho. co., 
Rochester. 1899, no. 64194, Oct. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 4, 1899. 

Himmelein (Jno. A.) ^-sheet. 106 

1-sheet. 107 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, nos. 52057, 52056, Aug. 14; 
2 copies each rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Hotel office, no. 4088. 108 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 52060, Aug. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Hurry. 1- sheet, no. 8567. 109 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 41731, June 26; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

It is I. no. 3952. 110 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 52071, Aug. 
14; 2 copies i ec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Lettering. 3-sheet, no. 8504. Ill 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 36263, May 31; 
2 copies reed Aug. 14, 1899. 

Little Jack Horner. 112 

Copyright by Livermore &, Knight 
co., Providence, R. I. 1899, no. 51100, 
Aug, 8 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Men's clothing fashions. 113 

Copyright by Miner, Beal & co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no! 51188, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 

Minuet, no. 4055. 1.14 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 5206"), Aug. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Negro character and portrait, no. 4011. 

115 
Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 52059, Aug. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

7939— Vol. 21, No. 4 4 



Titles — Continued. 

Oh, I don't know. no. 4091. 116 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 52061, Aug. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Old (The) bell. 117 

Copyright by Livermore & Knight 
co., Providence, R, I. 1899, no. 51102. 
Aug. 8 : 2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Old boy. 118 

Copyright by Rice & Vaughan, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 1899, no. 64501, Oct. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 5, 1899. 

Over the fence, no. 4077. 119 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 52058, Aug. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Phaeton. 120 

Copyright by Livermore & Knight 
co., Providence, R.I. 1899, no. 51105, 
Aug. 8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Portrait and letter bill. no. 4013. 121 
Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 52066, Aug. 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Proof (The) of the pudding. 122 

Copyright by Livermore & Knight 
co., Providence, R. I. 1899, no. 51101, 
Aug. 8 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

Quiet smoke. 4054. 123 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 52070, Aug. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Sentence, no. 8619. '-'! 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 48669, July 27: 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 11, 1899. 

Stop. no. 4001. 125 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899. no. 52067, Aug. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Three (The) rosebuds and George Leslie. 
1-sheet. 126 

Copyright by Courier litho. CO., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 51 122. A.ug. L0; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 10. 1899. 

Toboggan slide, no. 4056. 127 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. % 

11 : 2 copies rec'd Aug. 1 !. 1899. 

Toby in fairyland, no. U 

Copyright by United States punting 
eo.. Cincinnati. 1899, no. 52064, Aug. 
14: 2 copies rec'd Aug. 1 1. L899. 



276 



CITROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

U.S. mail. 129 

Copyright by Livermore & Knight 
co., Providence, R. I. 1899, no. 51103, 
Aug. 8; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 

White (James). 3820. 130 

Copyright by United States printing 
co.. Cincinnati. 1899, no. 52069, Aug. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Young men's clothing fashions. 131 

Copyright by Miner, Beal & co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, uo.' 51187, Aug. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Aug. 9, 1899. 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



Advance of the firing line, under fire 

from the enemy. 689. 470 

Copyright by Perley Fremont Rock- 

ett, San Francisco. 1899, no. 63881, Oct. 

2: 2 copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Advancing on Malolos, taking a Hotch- 
kiss gun over a bridge destroyed by 
insurgents, P. I. 471 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1899, no. 52281, Aug. 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

After a ''Dewey'' morning in Manila 
Bay ; the destroyed Spanish warship 
"Don Antoni." 472 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, Xew York. 1899, no. 52280, Aug. 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

After bath. 473 

Copyright by Alfred M. Thomas, Cen- 
tral City, Colo." 1898, no. 26206, Apr. 26 ; 
1 copy rec'd Apr. 26. 1898; 1 copy rec'd 
Aug. 11, 1899. 



After capture of San Pedro Macati. 



759. 
474 



Copyright by Perley Fremont Rock- 
ett, San Francisco. 1899, no. 63936, Oct. 
2; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Aguinaldo's ruined headquarters, after 
the American capture, Malolos, P. 1. 
no. 1. 475 

Copyright by Underwood &. Under- 
wood, New York. 1899, no. 52256, Aug. 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Ah Kun. 476 

Copyright by Etta Hortense Schulze, 
San Francisco. 1899, no. 63377, Sept. 29 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 29, 1899. 

Airy (An) bedroom. 477 

Copyright by Adolph B. Collier, 
Washington. 1899, no. 51099, Aug. 8; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 8, 1899. 



American mission, girls' class, Luxor, 

Egypt, no. 9756. 478 

Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley, Yal- 

lonia, Pa. 3899, no. 44961, July 10; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 12. 1899. 

American troops crossing Spanish bridge, 

Manila. 700. 479 

Copyright by Perley Fremont Rock- 

ett, San Francisco. 1899, no. 63888, Oct. 

2; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Antique defenses, old Forfc Santiago, 
overlooking the bay, Manila, P. I. nos. 
1, 2. 480, 481 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1899, nos. 52262, 
52263. Aug. 14 ; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 
14, 1899. 

Artillery advancing past firing line. 

668. " 482 

Copyright by Perley Fremont Rock- 

ett, San Francisco. ' 1899, no. 63878, 

Oct. 2; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Artillery on the run. 669. 483 

Copyright by Perley Fremont Rock- 
ett, San Francisco. " 1899, no. 63900. 
Oct. 2 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

At snow line, July 28, Medicine Bow 
mountain, Union Pacific fossil fields 
expedition, 1899. 484 

Copyright by Union Pacific railroad 
co., Omaha, Nebr. 1899, no. 63581, Sept. 
30; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

At the taking of Malolos, the insurgent 

capital. 701. 485 

Copyright by Perley Fremont Rock- 

ett, San Francisco. * 1899, no. 63865, 

Oct. 2 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct 2, 1899. 

Bacchus. From painting bv Henry H. 

Ahl. 486 

Copyright by Taber-Prang art co., 

Springfield, Mass. 1899, no. 52490, Aug. 

15; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Backbone (The) of the Green mountains. 

487 
Copyright by Louis Frederick Breh- 
mer, Rutland, Vt. 1899, no. 52312, Aug. 
14: 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Bamboo hut and Bridge of Spain, Manila. 

no. 10012. 488 

Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley, Val- 

lonia, Pa. 1899, no. 50683, Aug. 5; 2 

copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 

Battle (The) of Pasig. 648. 489 

Copyright by Perley Fremont Rock- 
ett, San Francisco. 1899, no. 63948, 
Oct 2 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Battlefield and American trenches from 

La Loma church. 619. 490 

Copyright by Perley Fremont Rock- 

ett, San Francisco. " 1899, no. 63868, 

Oct. 2; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Battlefield from insurgents' trenches, 
showing blockhouse no. 2 and La Loma 
church. 545. 491 

Copyright by Perley Fremont Rock- 
ett, San Francisco. 1899, no. 63928, 
Oct. 2; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Battlefield of La Loma, Philippines. 

173. ' 492 

Copyright by Perley Fremont Rock- 

ett, San Francisco. 1899, no. 63846, 

Oct. 2 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Before breakfast, Freezeout spring, 
Union Pacific fossil fields expedition. 
1899. 493 

Copyright by Union Pacific railroad 
co , Omaha, Nebr. 1899, no. 63565, Sept. 
30; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 30, 1899. 

Better class of Filipinos, who welcome 

American rale, Manila, P. I. 494 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 

wood, New York. 1899, no. 52284, Aug. 

14; 2 copies rec'd Aug. 14, 1899. 

Bishareen Arab and camels. Assouan, 
Egypt, nos. 9710 a and 9710 b. 495, 496 
Copyright by B. Lloyd Singley, Val- 
lonia, Pa. 1899, no. 41803, June 26 ; no. 
51296, Aug. 9; 2 copies each rec'd Aug. 
12, 1899. 

Bloody lane. 536. 497 

Copyright by Perley Fremont Rock- i 
ett, San Francisco. 1899, no. 63914, ! 
Oct. 2 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 2, 1899. 

Bone pit, Paco cemetery, Manila. 10020. 

498 
Copyright by B.Lloyd Singley, Yal- 
lonia, Pa. 1899, no. 50696, Aug. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Aug. 12, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Boys of the " Olympia," just prior to the 
long homeward voyage, Manila bay, 
P.l. 499 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1899, no.